the vfx show #125: Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides

Mike Seymour, Mark Christiansen and Jason Diamond sail on stranger tides as they discuss the visual effects of Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides.

We have a lot of coverage for Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides over at to supplement this vfx show podcast.

Ian Failes details his conversation with Gary Brozenich, in this fxguide article, about MPC’s work on the CG ships, waterfalls and environments done for the film.

Ian also covered the work done at Cinesite for the carriage chase sequence through the London streets, CG toads and the creation of Barbossa’s peg leg in this fxguide article.

And finally, Mike spoke with ILM’s Ben Snow about ILM’s stereo work on the mermaid shots and additional tools used for water they created for the film in this fxpodcast.

Show Notes:

Director:  Rob Marshall
Cinematographer: Dariusz Wolski
VFX Supervisors and Visual Effects Companies:
Gary Brozenich — MPC
Simon Stanley-Clamp — Cinesite
Ben Snow — ILM
Christian Pokorny — ScanlineVFX
Tony Clark — Rising Sun Pictures
Ian Hunter,
David Sanger — New Deal Studios
Charlie Iturriaga — Ollin Studio
Gary Oehler — CIS Hollywood

Original Red One Camera

Red One camera with the Mysterium Chip

Keith Richards

youtube video of bluescreen street set in Greenwich London

David FincherZodiac

Lt. Dan

Soul Surfer (2011)

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