Nowadays everybody knows that a lot of the things we see in movies are computer-made visual effects, but we are sure that most of you don’t have idea of how much computer graphic is used for the making of a blockbuster.
As you will see in the before-after pictures below, many scenes you would think are filmed “on location” are actually a product of CGI and sophisticated motion-capture techniques.
With the use of green screens, blue screens and powerful softwares, the magicians working on the visual effects can make almost everything come true. In the following pictures you will see how a swimming pool became an ocean in “Life of Pi”, how a parking lot became a deserted highway to Atlanta in “The Walking Dead” and how a green screen studio looked like Portofino in the final version on “The Wolf of Wall Street”.
(via mymodernmet, boredpanda)
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