I do frequent video shoots of a speaker standing in front of a white wall at the end of a hallway in a corporate office with limited clean background availability and tight spaces. I don't usually have the ability to carry a lot of extra gear with me, so setting up complex backgrounds and lighting is not easy. The existing lighting is pretty standard corporate ceiling fare, some fluorescent (possibly updated to LED) and some other locations with newer LED recessed lights. We've been mostly successful in keying with the white, but it's difficult due to the white wall and its orange-peel texture.
I was thinking it would be nice to be able to set up a green LED or two to wash the wall in green, and then buy some portable and lower cost white LED panels to place in front of the speaker, who could step away from the wall a bit to avoid green spill.
Does this sound like a good idea?