I must admit it: I love “invisible”-VFX breakdowns. The surprise of finding out how many tiny or big details in seemingly “pure” shots have been altered is always stunning. These breakdowns from the Argentinian Film “The Secret of their Eyes” is a prime example of how it’s done. I’m not sure if I like this trend from an artistic perspective, though. There is a certain quality of “real” shots that seem to get diluted by adding VFX to them, even if they are invisible.
The images showcased represent the professional work of Rodrigo Tomasso –vfx designer/supervisor– and Marcelo García –vfx producer– for the film “The Secret in their Eyes”.
The vfx project was done at “100 Bares Producciones” where they were the Heads of the Vfx Department during 2006–2009. This vfx breakdown reel intends to show ONER Vfx’s technical and artistic experience only, not to take comercial credits. The final images of the film “The Secret in their Eyes” contained in this vfx breakdown shall retain their respective copyrights.
Images courtesy of 100 Bares Producciones.