It takes a lot to turn the second highest film of all time into a 3D work of art. Titanic grossed over $1 billion the first time around today, it comes to the big screen again in 3D form. But how do you turn one of the most popular 2D movies into a three dimensional masterpiece. James Cameron recently did an interview where he said they hired 300 graphic designers who took the movie scene by scene and reworked to enhance the dimensions.
"Imagine every shot in the movie 3 hours and 15 minutes long times the number of times we have to watch every shot over and over to get the depth right. Once we’re done with the depth, then we do what we call ‘clean up.’ The clean up is hand painting in the missing information," said Cameron.
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