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These Mandalorian Set Photos Will BLOW YOUR MIND (No, I’m Not Kidding)

I seriously hope you won’t see this as clickbait, because I really don’t think it is. While I thought The Mandalorian was just “solid” as a piece of entertainment — and not the second coming, as many fans seem to think — I do think it has broken some huge tech boundaries. As with the original Star Wars trilogy and even the Prequel trilogy, The Mandalorian has helped to revolutionize the way filmmaking is done, paving the way for future TV series on Disney+

In case you don’t know what I mean, it’s worth noting that The Mandalorian, almost ALL of it, was shot indoors. And I know what some of you are thinking. You’re thinking, “Duh, dude. We could totally tell it was green/blue screen.”

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Well, you’d be wrong. This isn’t blue or green screen, it’s actually through the use of “large volumetric LED screens.” So, what does that mean? It means it’s a completely fabricated dynamic background used from a mix of photos and CG magic. It’s being called “Stagecraft.” Basically, you get to see the actual background while on-set. It’s not done in post. It’s done on-the-fly, and you’re able to see the results instantly.

And even cooler, it MOVES with the camera’s eye so that perspective is always accurate. It also allows actors to better feel in the setting while acting. And if you don’t believe in witchcraft, I come bearing photos from the American Society of Cinematography.

CLICK HERE to see the photos for yourselves.

So, all of this is one big preamble to ask the question…have you heard of the lord our savior “Stagecraft”? If not, do I have a story for you…

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SOURCE: Jack Venturo

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