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Movies take the audience to different places and times. It can expand your audience’s mind and the way they see the world. They can make us feel deep emotions or temporarily forget our worries.
This magic looks effortless on the scene. Unseen by the audience are the myriad of people, schemes, and facilities that make up the magic of cinema. Art is never easy.Seven Youtube The videos on this list will help you see how your favorite movies were shot, but keep in mind that you’ll never look at them the same again. Let’s take a look behind the scenes to see what happened.
How 1917 Filmed like two consecutive takes
1917 Directed by Sam Mendes and loosely based on a story told by Mendes grandfather Alfred about his service in World War I. chose to shoot the film, which appears to have been done in two consecutive takes. This required careful planning and foresight. Luckily, Roger Deakins served as the cinematographer for the film. This was his fourth time that Deakins and Mendes worked together.Their other collaborations include movies jar head, Revolutionary RoadWhen heavy rainThe result of this unique method of filming is an amazingly moving film. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences agreed, awarding Deakins the 2019 Oscar for Best Cinematography.
A mix of animatronics and CGI effects on set Jurassic Park
A modern classic by Steven Spielberg Jurassic Park, has stunning visual effects that are mostly preserved by today’s standards. The film is based on his 1990 novel by Michael Crichton, a right that Universal paid him $1.5 million for before the book was published.to create of Jurassic Park Striking visual effects, a combination of real-life animatronic dinosaurs and computer-generated imagery were used. A team led by Stan Winston has created animatronic dinosaurs, including the iconic scene where Tyrannosaurus and his Rex leap out of their enclosure. Meanwhile, Industrial Light & Magic’s Dennis Muren was responsible for his CGI dinosaurs. Remember the lifelike Bachiosaurus in the scene when Dr. Grant and Dr. Sattler first arrive at the park?
change the settings of joke
joke Although it’s a Showtime series and not technically a movie, a scene from Season 1, Episode 3 is so memorable that it deserves a spot on this list. The show follows Jeff Piccirillo, a character played by Jim Carrey, who is Mr. Rogers’ type as a beloved children’s TV personality going through a personal tragedy.Shaina, played by Riki Lindhome, watches Jeff’s show Mr. Pickles Puppet Time She is working to overcome her drug addiction. Jeff eventually asks Shaina out on a date. A scene from Episode 3 shows Shaina and her environment changing in real time as Shaina turns her life around. It took a lot of the crew working together to get this stunning shot.
forced perspective Lord of the Ring
Based on JRR Tolkien’s beloved book, Lord of the Ring The trilogy is a cinematic masterpiece directed by Peter Jackson. Hobbit The movie is not so much, but digression. One of the ways Jackson and cinematographer Andrew Resney made the Hobbits appear smaller than humans and elves was through the use of innovative forced perspective. Previous films used it, but it was limited to still shots. A dolly was used to move both the camera and the actors at the same time to get the motion shots. The results speak for themselves.
bullet time in matrix
matrix 1999 science fiction film written and directed by Lana Wachowski and Lily Wachowski.This is the first in a series of films, the latest being Matrix Resurrectionto be released in 2021. matrix Movies are known for their visual effects and action sequences. One of his techniques they popularized and innovated was “bullet time”. Author Joshua Clover It defines Bullet Time as “a visual analogy to a privileged moment of consciousness within the Matrix.” A scene where the world slows down and Neo can dodge bullets and do an impressive backbend? That’s bullet time. To achieve these shots, John Gaeta used multiple cameras. These cameras kicked in seconds after each other captured the action that occurred. This creates a slow motion effect and looks really cool.
Superhero jumps in Marvel movie
It’s no exaggeration to say that Marvel has taken over Hollywood.Since then iron man was released in 2008, the franchise progressed non-stop, and the MCU expanded into television and streaming. Marvel movies make heavy use of amazing visual effects that are often added in post-production. This means that things don’t look that cool on set, and one of his in this comical example is the famous superhero Jump. They look kind of silly when photographing them. Looking at the final product, it looks spectacular. Enjoy this video of Thor, Black Panther and Captain America jumping on set. I especially liked Dr. Strange’s skip jump.
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