Monday, August 24, 2015
Creating a setting without having to spend the money:
Ever wonder how the setting of a film looks so real? It almost seems as if they're actually in the real location. Well, the truth of the matter is that the majority of the time they're not. Most settings are either a backdrop or green screen special effects. Major studios and even independent gurus save a lot of money by editing in settings. If you wonder how it looks so real don't feel bad because you're not alone. It looks real because computer effect have evolved over the years and artist have evolved as well. Programs like Adobe and other highly sophisticated software give movie makers an edge over having to actually travel or blow something up. The trick is that if you believe everything you see on TV, you may want to visit a doctor.