An important aspect of ensuring good quality production of photographs, films or videos is adhering to green screen stage tips. However, there are numerous serious risks involved in ignoring these seemingly simple but very important tips. Without a good pose, the subject will clearly seem completely misplaced when the background is finally introduced. An example of a negative outcome of ignoring this tip is where the subject looks jovial, happy and in a very good mood against a background of a famine stricken setting with dying women, children and livestock.
Poor backgrounds, and bad ones at that, would bring to the fore the danger of ignoring green screen stage tips. This would be the tip of having a good background. A background with no appeal, which is dull and commonplace, would not enhance the appeal or innovation of a photograph, video or film. This in turn would not be bought by clients. Instead, clients would avoid the person who produces such work, hence bad business.
On the other hand, ignoring green screen stage tips of proper lighting would only lead to poor quality, badly illuminated and dull productions. These can never be given a second glance by clients or any other artists who may want to use the stage. Clients would rather look elsewhere. Other tips, including ensuring the pictures are sharp and bright, when overlooked may result into blurred photographs of poor quality, with ineffective background effects, which defeats the essence of green screen productions in the first place.
With inappropriate attire as another neglect of green screen stage tips, the outcome or final production will clearly seem out of place and a sham. If for example a subject in a wedding gown appears with a background of a battle field, this would not be taken seriously by anyone, clients and other artists alike. On the other hand, one of the other tips that risks being neglected is the use of proper equipments. This would lead to poor quality productions due to low quality equipments. The portraits would come out with shadows, for example. This is a major setback, considering the possibility of having excellent quality productions if tips are followed to the latter. Without color adjustment, the final product will be unevenly colored and of poor quality.
Besides, working without the expected outcome in mind is the other danger of ignoring green screen stage tips. This way, it would be difficult to have a good production, since it would be same as going somewhere blindly, without an idea of the destination. This would certainly compromise the quality of the production. Another danger of neglecting these tips would be the lack of enough photographs to work with. With limited shots, options for backgrounds would be limited. Clearly, ignoring the stage tips would most definitely compromise the quality of production in green screen technology.