“If you’ve been paying close attention to the film industry over the past couple of years, you might be aware of a new technology sweeping across studios and production sets like a fever.
Called in-camera visual effects (ICVFX), the technology – in the simplest of terms – allows filmmakers to substitute the use of green screens and hours of post production-stage editing to produce realistic environments, visual effects, and scenery in the end product.
Not fully grasping the concept? Here’s a little more to help you out: In typical filmmaking processes, whenever there’s a requirement for backgrounds or scenes that can’t be captured live on camera, actors are usually placed in front of green screens during filming.
After filming, the green backgrounds are replaced with realistic imagery taken from other sources and edited to make everything look realistic and as seamless as possible.” Click for more