Original plate as Max and crew return to the Citadel
Final shot featuring Iloura crowd simulation
Fxguide's article "A Graphic Tale: The Visual Effects of Mad Max: Fury Road" illustrates through before and after photos and videos the color grading and visual effects that Australian studio Illoura applied to the well-received blockbuster to help make it such a crowd and critic pleaser.
Overall visual effects supervisor Andrew Jackson was quoted as saying about the production,
“I’ve been joking recently about how the film has been promoted as being a live action stunt driven film—which it is. But also how there’s so little CGI in the film. The reality is that there’s 2,000 VFX shots in the film. A very large number of those shots are very simple clean-ups and fixes and wire removals and painting out tire tracks from previous shots, but there are a big number of big VFX shots as well.”
Check out this comprehensive write-up linked above to see a number of fascinating still examples as well as several videos.
Illoura's final shot