Today we begin a new series of PhotoKey 5 tutorials, focusing on common issues when working with green screen photography.

As is always the case, the better your green screen studio the fewer problems you’ll encounter once you get to the computer, but we do know from experience that the practicalities of event and portrait photography can make it impossible to fully control the setup. The good news is that PhotoKey 5 has all the tools you need to get great results.

We’ll be focusing on other keying tips in the coming weeks, so make sure you subscribe to our YouTube channel, follow us on Twitter or like our Facebook page to make sure you don’t miss anything.

May 29

PhotoKey 5 update now available!

Posted by Simon K Jones on May 29, 2012

A free update to PhotoKey 5 and PhotoKey 5 Pro has been released. The next time you run the software you’ll be notified and given a link, or you can download the latest version from the usual place in your account.

Click here to find out more about the update!

PhotoKey 5 Pro’s batch processing features are designed to make dealing with large quantities of photographs as simple and painless as possible. One such feature is the auto export, which switches PhotoKey into a fully automated mode that detects, processes and exports green screen images as soon as you’ve taken the photo.

In today’s video we take a closer look at auto export, showing how easy it is to set up and have running in the background while you focus on the photography.