Alex Roman The Third & The Seventh 2

Amazing Cinematography

Set to HD, go full screen, crank the stereo, and take it in. Then, and only then, scroll down for the rest of the post.

The Third & The Seventh from Alex Roman on Vimeo.

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Have you watched it yet?

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No?  Watch it!

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OK, continue…

This is bar none the most amazing CGI I have ever seen (that’s right, it’s ALL CGI).  Granted I have not actually seen a lot of CGI outside of the average hollywood movie but this whole piece is so captivating and well done in every way you become completely enveloped not realizing it’s not real.  In fact even when I knew going in it was CGI I didn’t want to believe it. Sure there are moments when you can tell, and as the piece progresses those moments become obvious and it’s no longer being hidden but it’s in those first few moments, those scenes when you think everything is real that it really gets you.

The mark of good CGI is when you don’t know it’s real. The mark of great CGI is when you swear it has to be real.

Don’t believe it? Check out the Compositing Breakdown

Compositing Breakdown (T&S) from Alex Roman on Vimeo.

Courtesy of the Fstoppers.com post “In The Future, Nothing Will Be Real

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