Titanic is out in theaters for the second time, and this time it’s in 3D. Her Campus USFSP couldn’t be happier.
Titanic first was released in 1997, when many of us were just kids. Now, after having grown up quite a bit in the past 15 years, it’s exciting to see again. The movie is released again for the 100-year anniversary of the sinking of the ship, and it has already brought in over $100 million in movie sales just this weekend.
Movies are created in 3D in two different ways:
Many of the newer 3D movies are shot with 3D viewing in mind. They are shot using 3D cameras, and lights are typically brighter. The editing is done with this in mind, and is shot to the highest potential, making the 3D experience more vivid and realistic.
Secondly, and in the case of our beloved Titanic, is the post-conversion 3D. It is done after production due to cost constraints or as an afterthought. Usually these can appear darker and are disappointing to the audiences.
We’re happy to say that Titanic 3D was well done. Enough effort was put into it to make it more impressing and dazzling than most post-conversion 3D movies.
If you haven’t seen Titanic yet, or have the urge to see it again after so many years, we recommend you go see it in 3D. It’s worth it.
Valentine’s Day 2012 is here! This year we found our favorite sweets online to share with you. So whip up some of these adorable treats for your sweetie this Valentine’s Day, or make them for your friends!
Valentine's Day Chex Mix http://www.bettycrocker.com/recipes/valentine-chex-mix-12-recipe/f6d4a741-f15c-4c78-8f40-94ab312a2e46
Red Velvet Rice Krispy Treats http://foodbeast.com/content/2012/01/18/wee-eatred-velvet-rice-krispy-treats/