Originally Posted by boblinds
Pull out your HD transfer of that vintage demo disk, "The Fifth Element," and play the sequence that starts with Leelu climbing out on the ledge and dropping into the flying cab, followed by the chase sequence. In addition to increasing perceived detail throughout, if you're watching on a large front projector, I bet you'll feel a queasy physicality to those "straight down" shots that you've never felt before.
shot looking straight down in Avatar......in The Battle for Pandora chapter.....with the Na'vi mounted on their banshees, clinging to the rocks high on one of the floating mountains, ready to begin battle..... and the squadron of attack ships passes "way the bleep
" down below them.
Hard to beat Avatar with the Darblet.
with "depth" and spectacular aerial footage and jaw dropping snow boarding scenes with a stunning bluray transfer, is The Art of Flying. The intro sequence that they say was filmed with the Epic 5K....
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