photography and special effects in early film

Watching the video of early film, I found few similarities and differences between early photography and film.

I figured that in early film, there is no movement of camera. Every scene happens within a still camera’s angle just as early photograph that process takes very long and camera had to be stay still in one position for a while.

The biggest difference I found is that, the film camera still catches the movement of object and people whereas early photography could not do that. The process took a while, and the photograph could not capture anything that moved.

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