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How about the hidden pics in the castle? Winnie the pooh peeking out of the castle spire on the right and donald duck is formed in the reflection in the center of the castle and then there is pluto on the left formed by two arches and a black spot for his nose. Thats all i have seen so far you do have to use your imagination a bit, but i think thats what ...


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IT IS POSSIBLE. Given: On average, an episode of GoT costs $6m to produce. Given: Each episode lasts 1 hour. Given: The largest crew size per episode is 583. Hypothesis: Production of the series can scale linearly. Analysis: The show costs $6m per hour to produce. Therefore, an entire year of content would cost $24*365*6m to produce. Equivalently, ...


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It is impossible to make a 24/365 GoT, each hour of show takes several hours of production. The fourth season shooting lasted 136 days for 10 episodes. http://winteriscoming.net/2013/11/21/thats-a-wrap-season-4-filming-is-complete/


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There is no way this could be physically possible. First of all, the sets are too detailed. You could only pull this off if the sets were pre-built and stood in place constantly, the show/movie had extremely simple sets or the sets were all pre-existing. Then, the entire show/movie would need to be linear. You couldn't move characters/actors that ...


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Shooting in 3D costs are said to be 2-4 times that of 2D costs. Mind you, that is the costs of shooting the film, not the whole budget. It's mainly because you have twice the amount of data: for every frame you'll have to do everything twice, once for each eye. Furthermore, the whole filming workflow must be updated. You have bigger, more expensive cameras, ...


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This article offers up six suggestions that might help. START WIDE THEN MOVE IN CLOSE HAVE FOREGROUND OBJECTS SHOOT WITH A LONG LENS USE STREAMERS, BANNERS, CHRISTMAS LIGHTS, ETC. THE ALL PURPOSE CREW TURN THE MUSIC UP! Sounds like you're already doing one of those. The article talks in more detail on each and might give you some helpful ideas.


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I would assume that the industry itself must store this kind of data somewhere since this is a practical necessity (e.g. people need to be paid residuals,...). There is for instance the Motion Picture Credits Database: Every year, as part of the Academy Awards process, the Academy gathers credits from films hoping to qualify for awards. To these ...



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