How Frozen-In-Time Scenes are Shot for Movies and TV
Have you ever wondered how movies like Spider-Man, The Matrix, and The Worst Person in the World make time stand still?
Older films achieved the frozen-in-time illusion with subtle camera movements, wires, and string. But with today’s advanced technology and CGI (Computer Generated Imagery), movie crews can not only stop time, but they can also speed it up and slow it down. Check out how a combination of old tricks, digital tools, and visual effects companies like Rising Sun Pictures stun and delight audiences.
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