Turkish visual artist presented a great work in Justin Bieber’s new music video “Don’t Go”. Tuna Ünalan, the visual effects supervisor in Justin Bieber’s latest clip, did a fantastic job of using 3D effects to the clips in the music video which can be seen as having a really artistic theme.
Tuna Ünalan, as the director of visual effects in Justin Bieber’s latest music video, explained how the process went and the technique and technology he used. He explained that he added an enticing prospect to this video clip which made it quite remarkable, receiving a great acclaim.
He also stated that the entire process took two months to complete. In the video, he added artistic beauties and reflected a visually strong vision. First, they took 360-degree photos to prepare the clip and then converted the pictures into 3D with the Photogrammetry technique.
Photogrammetry is the art of extracting 3D information from photographs, taking overlapping photos and converting them into 2D or 3D digital models. The idea of turning the paints into gold was later added to this project, which really improved the quality and feel of the clip. These layers of gold added to the elegance of the work and took it to the next level.
In the two-month process, technique and art elevated each other, increasing the overall aesthetics of the clip. There is no doubt that this professional team has done a great job of beautifully and uniquely combining art and music.