Week 8 Photography and Special Effects in Early Film

From my perspective, the biggest difference between the photography and special effects are “movements.” Photography usually captures and shows the still moment of an object or a scene, and that is why it may be harder for photographers to imply their perspective into their works. On the other hand, special effects focuses on the movement of a subject. It may be more effective in terms of delivering the messages to the public.

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