FAQs: What lighting conditions will have an affect on keying results?
In a low lit environment the LiteRing provides all the light required to achieve a key. A blue or green LiteRing may, as your only light source, cast its light on the subject, which may not be desirable. This can usually be rectified using a key or fill light on your subject/object, or by simply reducing the output level of the LiteRing. Chromatte will not work as well in very bright shooting environments where the level of other light sources overpower and neutralise the effect of the LiteRing. The retro-reflective action between the LiteRing and the micro glass beads is needed to achieve desired keying results.