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This Photographer Makes Hyper Realistic 3D Scene Of UFO Crash

Marc Trautmann is a creator of this project inspired by the secret areas that are protected by governments in many parts of the world. Particularly Mark was inspired by French philosopher Paul Virilio’s book ‘War and Cinema’ which is about the situation during the Cold War. Virilio described this phase of ‘the immaterial war of perception’ as the moment when the shooting area turns into the shooting location and the battlefield becomes a film set. Marc shot the landscape in Death Valley, and Mainworks turned in the UFOS using CG technology.

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