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I believe it's mainly because of time constraints. TV shows produce a lot of content in a fairly small amount of time. By having multiple screenwriters and directors, they can prepare more content simultaneously for eventually filming, and perhaps even overlap some of the filming if they schedule the actors and set use well. A movie might produce two hours ...


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In the book "Let the Credits Roll: Interviews with Film Crew", there are extensive inteviews with Jemma Scott, Contact Lens Technician on films like LOTR and The Beach. She describes the process of creating bloodshot eyes as requiring 'Scleral Contact Lenses' (e.g. lenses which cover the whole of the white of the eye). I did lenses for The Beach [Danny ...


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According to the Wikipedia entry for chroma key: Green is currently used as a backdrop more than any other color because image sensors in digital video cameras are most sensitive to green, due to the bayer pattern allocating more pixels to the green channel, mimicking the human eye's increased sensitivity to green light. Therefore, the green ...


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Sclera contact lenses are contact lenses used for full eye effects. They are significantly larger than standard contact lenses which tend to be the size of the average iris. They are used for any number of reasons, but mainly for costume and theatrical reasons. Blood shot eyes are one common version. Alternatively, depending on the amount of time, or the ...



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