VFX Breakdown: How to Make Downtown San Diego Look Like Scotland?
How did the team make downtown San Diego look like Scotland? With a bit of green screen and a lot of computer graphics with Adobe After Effects.
The team made use of green screen, a rainy day in downtown San Diego, and stock photography of the Scottish Highlands. The actors’ performance needed to stay within the lime green background. This was keyed out and a garbage matte was used to eliminate the rest of the skyline. Then the team used matte painting for the poles and composited the scene together.
While the process is time consuming, the sped-up video is fun to watch.
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Satellite Drop is an Official Selection of the Copa Shorts Film Festival
Leirigh Films is pleased to announce that Satellite Drop is a film festival official selection of the Copa Shorts Film Festival.
The festival will be held in Maricopa, Arizona on 16-18 February 2018. The Copa Shorts Film Festival will be showing 68 short films from two to twenty minutes long. Four screenplays will also be showcased in table reads by local actors. You’ll LAUGH! CRY! BE AMAZED and AMUSED! Military Veteran films the festival’s newest film category will be featured on Saturday February 17th at 2:00pm.
Satellite Drop is based on a true story about a young US Marine on his first tour of duty takes place in Scotland. PFC Johnston (played by J Vasko-Benezek) and Sergeant Wright (played by Justin Savage) are tasked with SAT Drop Duty. The task takes them from one end of the base to the other to retrieve a canister of intelligence and deliver it to the Watch Officer (played by Jennie Olson Six) before time runs out.
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