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Blade Runner 2049. ©2017 Alcon Entertainment, LLC., Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All rights reserved. Image courtesy of Framestore.
Post-production is part of the process of filmmaking and begins when the shooting ends. Across the filmmaking (US site), photography, and television industries, companies rely on post-production software to deliver high-end tools and productivity-enhanced workflows for 3D modeling and animation, compositing, video editing, and advanced color grading.
Richard Hoover, visual effects supervisor, discusses how Framestore Montreal pulled off some of the most visually compelling VFX shots for Blade Runner 2049.
Louis Morin, freelance production VFX supervisor, discusses the making of the blockbuster film Arrival and its seamless photorealistic effects, which were composited in Flame.
The team at Paris-based Saint George Studio talk about how they adapted their toolkit and storytelling approach to tackle post-production work on the VR film Alteration.
Jellyfish Pictures taps into the power of the cloud for rendering purposes, creating virtual offices, and making their production pipeline more efficient.
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