They employed a special 'space' background for the interview about the potential for life on Venus which provides an interesting alternative look at how the split screen effect works.
If you ignore the fact that Piers' left arm gets cut off slightly in the centre, it's a relatively convincing effect to the casual viewer, but I concede it would be harder to pull off with their usual backdrop.
This Morning have done it well, though, so I'm sure that if GMB really wanted to, they could achieve similarly good results with their usual London backdrop.
Last edited by DavidWhitfield on 15 September 2020 7:04pm
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