13 Movie Visual Effects We Thought Were CGI, But Aren't
Since its origin, cinematography has progressed significantly, particularly in the field of stunning visuals (visual effects). CGI has dominated numerous films in recent decades, from tragedies to blockbusters. The use of CGI, while groundbreaking, has received significant attention in recent years. But what exactly is computer-generated imagery (CGI), what does it entail, and how is it utilized to depict more fanciful yet credible stories?
Since its beginning in the 80’s, computerized special effects in movies have evolved a lot. Many 3d films now rely on special effects companies, including Scientific Light & Magic, as well as Weta, to enrich their storylines with breathtaking visual effects.
Grab some popcorn and join us this week as we take a sequential journey through some of cinema's most memorable visual effects scenes that actually…aren't computer generated at all.
Anything remotely difficult in real life now appears to be CGI to us, but that doesn't mean it is. Consider the following scenario: