"Mindhunter" is one of the recent Netflix releases that has me hooked. It has psychology, mystery, analysis, and how the FBI and police went about training for the serial killers who didn't have a motive. It's based on true events, and because the series is set in in 1977, which has different cars and fewer people and buildings than we have now. In this video, you'll be able to see how these shots were altered in postproduction to give the story the 1977 setting. Buildings and trees are added, marks on roads replaced and colors changed to give the series its moody, raw film look.
Removal of items that distract the eye is doable in photography. It's a single frame and as professionals, we've all had to do it. But I didn't know that these edits were possible to this degree with video. I presume most of it's done in After Effects, with trackers set up. There is also a serious use of green screen keying when the actors have edited parts of the footage behind them when they are moving from one side of the shot to the other.
It's impressive. This must've taken time and quite a team to accomplish, and if you take any single frame, the postproduction has been done extremely well. If you're done with "Stranger Things" and want something great to watch, this is it.