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Inside the VFX Work of ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’

FX Guide breaks down the impressive combination of in-camera effects and VFX for hit summer blockbuster Mad Max: Fury Road with a series of before and after shots that showcase how the post-apocalyptic film came together.

They write, “Hundreds of visual effects artists, led by overall visual effects supervisor Andrew Jackson, would spend considerable time crafting more than 2000 visual effects shots and helping to transform the exquisite photography into the final film that at times feels almost like a single car chase. Even more plate manipulation would also be carried out by colorist Eric Whipp, weaving in a distinctive graphic style for the film with detailed sky replacements and unique day for nights.”

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