I've started work at a company doing video work and trying to create videos that are consistent with their previous videos. However, the more I look at the previous videos, the less I'm sure about one of the techniques, so want some help. It was an external video company that created them so it's possible they used some fancy techniques.
In the image below, it shows a toolbox: in the video it zooms in on this and it's definitely a video because the perspective changes as it zooms in. What i'm not sure about is how they clipped the toolbox out so neatly? My colleagues that worked with the company previously said they didn't use green screen, although they used a white backdrop at times.
The second image is another example, someone picking a worktop off a bench, but background is perfectly keyed out. I can get it this perfect with a green screen but I don't have any luck in doing it any other way - how would they have cut the products out so well?
(I can provide links to the videos if it's helpful - let me know)