I think we can agree that a movie in motion, especially one based on a book is far more enjoyable than a book in motion. With the upcoming release of the first Book IMAX movie the "Hobbit" series, we have gotten a preview of what the future holds.
In the first book of the series, "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey", we see the adventures of Bilbo Baggins, Gandalf the wizard, and the human race after the invasion of the Dwarves and the coming of Sauron, who sees the growing power of the human race as an existential threat to his existence. To counter this threat, Gandalf gathers a team of characters to fight Sauron, ranging from the wizards Galadriel and Thorin Oakenshield to the daughter of the Balrog, Smaug.
To create the film, Peter Jackson has used two techniques: the traditional lighting technique used in feature films, and the new lighting technique used by IMAX. They have combined the lighting with special effects that give the photographs a sense of three dimensional depth, as well as video sequences that translate the images onto film.
Film in motion is a good image for the photograph, even if the scene is small. An IMAX movie does not look like any ordinary movie that we are familiar with. It looks like the picture that was taken at the actual photo shoot, except in real life the "photographer" is not there.
There are several benefits of using the IMAX format: it is more comfortable to use because it is not like regular film; the photographs look better than they would if we were to see the photos directly, and we get a bigger image to display; the IMAX format is so big it can take up a lot of room, which can make the photo stand out as being much larger than its actual size. The best images that come out of the film are very vivid and vibrant, unlike the small images in the photograph. The use of the IMAXformat also means that each photo is of the same size.
Because the film is in real time, it is very easy to interact with the audience. This is especially true if the IMAX format is the only option for showing the movie. When the film is viewed on a television, you often have to wait for the images to load or for a long time before the movie starts.
Another benefit of the IMAX format is that the film is shown with less compression. It is possible to view the movie at very high resolutions, which makes the film very small. For example, when you watch a movie in the IMAX format, you can go from 6 to 8 times the resolution of a normal television.
For IMAX movie, the film is very bright and shows details. But the images are black and white and only have a sense of depth, as if the photo was taken at a high def setting. The film has a very bad quality picture compared to the photograph, but since the film has a very bad quality picture, it is better than a standard photo.