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January 14, 2008
Bloody Omaha

Even if this is not a TV ad, I'm sure that you will enjoy it. It's the making-of montage of the Omaha Beach invasion of World War II re-created for a BBC Timewatch documentary. Even if you have a low budget, if you have great skills and creativity, the sky is the limit!

via Motiongrapher.

Comments on this entry

It's really amazing to see the making of visual effects. Only four days for a re-creation of one of the most important day of the second World War... You're right! It's a great demonstration of the imagination's imperceptible limits.

Posted by: Kevin at January 14, 2008 04:59 PM


daaaaaamn! that was amazing! I am definitely going to keep this in mind when putting together a large scale photo shoot.

Posted by: Shaun Krisher at January 15, 2008 12:36 AM


This is a brilliant piece of work.
I would like to know for sure if someone knows? I am sure that this was longer than 4 days total. I would have a guess at 1 to 2 days planning plus costume hire 4 days on site shooting. 1 day effects shooting 1 day prop shoot. 2 pos 3 weeks post production.


Posted by: Andy at January 16, 2008 10:43 AM


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