Whether they are made in digital 3D, with drones, or by any other means, we love watching a good film as part of entertaining ourselves and relieving us from stress. While there are other ways to find entertainment such as taking joy in the newly released electric scooters, watching movies is a undeniably among the best forms of entertainment there is.
Behind the movies we love are people who make an effort to make movies even better. Cinema is ever-changing with filmmakers coming up with new techniques to make it even more realistic. Here are three cinematographic technologies that have contributed to the improvement in the movie-making industry.
Film Technologies That’s Changing The Cinema
Photorealistic 3D effects
Photo effects had been around for decades dating back to the Titanic where water simulations were seamlessly implemented into the scenes. Other movies such as Forest Gump broke boundaries. Filmmakers were able to enhance the beauty of their film taking away the hardest aspects of cinematography.
3D programs have changed film making and the way we create entertainment. Not only can we create realistic games that simulate real-life but we can also create monsters, objects, people, and even entire cities through the use of computers with very little effort. Some people believe most of what they are seeing is real when viewing the screen.
Cameras are capable of filming in raw as some of the most desired devices in film making. These cameras are capable of stripping all the normal enhancements that cameras use to store and store enough data within the hard drive to rebuild and manipulate the scene after it had already been filmed.
For visual effects artists, this means if the film was filmed with a little light, they can enhance the light in the scene the way it should be. This technology changes the production of feature films. With the ability to film quickly and without changing your setting often in between every shot. This cuts production time in half.
3D film making
This type of film making is so promising that it would catch on for years. Many times in the past, 3D films were marketed as the next big thing in cinema. the limitations in film making and the overall not-so-amazing aspects of these early 3D films has helped a medium back in becoming a really big thing. Although it still holds that next big thing promise.
Film making had always improved and will continue to improve throughout the years. Thanks to the continuous advancements in technology, watching a movie has never been realistic.