What is VFX?
Its stand for visual effects. It is used to give realistic and scary visual for your video which can be difficult, costly or dangerous or even impossible to get that effect in real time. It is integration of live footage with the computer-generated imagery content to give an effect that will blow your mind. Movie without an VFX is a world without the oxygen. It is an integral part of any movies as its success depend upon affects you have. It is done after the production but it should be planned properly and choreographed before movie could began its production. There are many tools and technology like graphic design, modeling, animation and similar software which helps to give VFX effect.
The film’s experience multifold with the visually appealing VFX. This movie has become one of the most gross earner collector of all time in the history of Indian film. during the making of Baahubali 2, the team swelled up to 100 artists who were working on various simulations, models, digital matte paintings, animations and set extensions related to the film. Thus, this movie set some really high standards for other films to follow in terms of visual effects.
Avengers -Age of Ultron
The sequel to 2012 hit Avengers Assemble, Age of Ultron was Marvel Studios’ biggest cinematic thrill ride to date. Industrial Light & Magic handled 800 of the VFX shots, including the opening and closing battles, and the three main CG characters – Hulk, Iron Man in all his forms, and new anti-hero Ultron – dividing the work between teams in San Francisco, Singapore, Vancouver and London. With the movie’s other key effects expanding on those of its predecessor in similar ways, the result is a spectacle of super heroic proportions, each scene delivering a range of new visual treats. The Avengers is up for an Academy Award for Best Visual Effects; here are a few demonstrative effects videos.
This movie was announced back in 1996 where James Cameron announced that he would be creating a science-fiction film called Avatar that would feature photorealistic computer-generated characters. But due to lack technologies of the time could not satisfy the creative desires of the director. But later in 2009 things had caught up and Cameron, with help from a range of VFX studios, was about to make movie history. Avatar became a film with a whole new fantastical CG world and had astonishing level of detail. Here you can have glimpses of VFX effects (https://goo.gl/JsCqdx ).
Why is Jurassic Park remembered mainly for its visual effects? Well, no-one knows the answer to that question better than Dennis Muren at Industrial Light & Magic, who won one of his eight visual effects Oscars for the film. “It was the first time we had been able to put living, breathing synthetic animals in a live-action movie,” says Muren. “Noone had seen anything like it. The reality hadn’t been done before; the naturalistic.”
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Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
Building on the success of 2011’s Rise of the Planet of the Apes, this tale of humans and super-intelligent apes battling for survival in a post-apocalyptic near-future is a technological masterpiece. Weta Digital’s CG creatures are very much the stars of the show, and have minutes of screen time with no human interaction. It feels unfair to single out individual scenes, as the effects are incredible throughout.
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