A green screen allows film production to remain within a sound stage but depict disparate locations and sequences. There are many, many uses for this technique in film making, many of them to do with special effects. Here are some examples of what can be accomplished using a green screen:
Make it appear as if two actors are sharing the screen when in reality their action was filmed separately and later combined using chroma key.
Enlarge or shrink a character relative to their background.
Move characters to animated or computer-generated backdrops.
Make actors appear to fly in superhero film.
Transport characters back through time, or into difficult-to-film environments like outer space.
Place actors into seemingly life-threatening situations like a pit of snakes or a balanced on the lightning rod of a skyscraper.
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