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Russian Grandma Hilariously Teaches People How To Use The Green Screen
By Hannah Sofea, 20 Apr 2017
Screengrab via Канал Татьяны
Green screens—otherwise known as Chroma Key—are a post-production technique for compositing two images or video screens together based on color range. It has been heavily used in your favorite shows such as Game of Thrones and Star Wars. Whilst the mentioned films had experts working on the retouches to make the edits seem realistic, this elderly woman’s edited backdrops are something else entirely.
Going by the name Tatiana Subbotina, this Russian from Saint Petersburg schools viewers on ways to utilize the green screen in the most hilarious and adorable ways possible. Her popularity recently took an incline, earning herself an appearance on a late night Russian talk show titled Vecherniy Urgant.
With a whooping following surpassing 10,000 on her YouTube channel, Subbotina delivers daily must-watch content to her viewers. Several of the videos have earned themselves a respective view count beyond 20,000. Her most watched upload has chalked up 380,000 views, and counting.
Subbotina spoke to BuzzFeed saying, “I decided that I too could talk about this [editing videos]. So I started making stories on my YouTube channel about how I work with it. I didn’t invent anything there, but I try to explain it as simply as possible. It’s very exciting and I like it.”
Below are three of Subbotina’s hilarious videos. Be sure to click here to check out more of her works.
[via BuzzFeed, videos via Канал Татьяны]
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