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“It was the precise moment that Frankie knew those advanced judo lessons were really going to pay off.”
Combining macro videography, toy models and talented compositing, director Steven Huybrechts recreated 18 popular televisions series for Belgium television station Prime Series.
Photographer Florian Tremp recreated and photographed a number of scenes from No Country for Old Men using incredibly detailed models and photographic techniques. This series reminds me of Strange Worlds photographs—and making of—that I posted a few months back.
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Two months ago I posted photographer Matthew Albanese and how he crafts detailed landscape using photographic techniques and clever use of objects and materials. Today on Behance I discovered behind the scene images of how he crafted the landscape models. Seeing all the work that goes into his art makes me appreciate it that much more.
Lately there has been a resurgence hand-crafted sets, model building, and stop motion film for digital projects. In this 10 minute behind-the-scenes film the HBO team explains and shows their process for creating the introduction before CG. The smallest details and techniques were what helped make the clip look believable and amazing for its time.
Photographer Matthew Albanese crafts detailed landscape models out of materials and objects to create the illusion of these strange worlds. Using photographic techniques such as scale, depth of field, white balance and lighting he is able to achieve this strange realism.
The photo above, Tornado, is made of steel wool, cotton, ground parsley and moss.