“”We’ve seen virtual production used widely for logistical reasons: the expense of travel, sustainability, scheduling, and also for creative control in terms of fantasy landscapes and lighting continuity,” says¬†[DP David Proctor, BSC]¬†“However, Joe’s visionary concept hinged on creating a landscape where the passage of time, light, weather, and the horizon, could and would all be manipulated.””

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