Benjamin Davis Posted July 17, 2012 Share Posted July 17, 2012 I haven't actually had the chance to see "Ted" yet, but I was wondering if anyone here has worked on a similar project, with choreographing lighting and camera work around something that's not in the scene until post-production. Gathering as much information on the film through behind the scenes videos and photos, information on the visual effects studio's websites who worked on the film, and snippets of information from the cinematographer and visual effects artists from various film websites and whatnot, I've begun to seriously appreciate the amount of work the cast and crew has to go through to successfully create a realistic and good looking shot based around a digital teddy bear! I've never worked on such a project, and my post-production experience really only goes as far as color grading and editing, so I've not been able to really understand the efforts behind pulling off such a film. So back to my original question! Has anyone here worked on such a project? I can only assume it's similar to shooting a traditional scene, except with a slightly different set of objectives and tactics to actually shooting. What's the process of shooting like, and what's the preparation for shooting something like this entail? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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