Posted on Wednesday, June 26th, 2013 by Russ Fischer
Baz Luhrmann‘s films have become increasingly reliant on digital effects over the years, and his recent adaptation of The Great Gatsby is a massive confection of digital imagery and practical photography. Sometimes the blend is seamless, other times less so, but Luhrmann consistently uses digital effects to create a vision of New York City that may have never quite existed, complete with surrounding areas and lavish Long Island homesteads.
Now you can watch a reel that, in a few minutes, begins to break down just what was real and what was not in the finished product. Read More »