Visual effects, popularly known as ‘VFX’ is one of the fast-growing processes in the field of filmmaking. Today, one out of three filmmakers consider VFX for their films. VFX not only enhances the movie but also attracts a huge number of viewers.
With the release of Star Wars in 1977, the world experienced breath-taking Visual effects that were completely unique at that time. Using computers to add effects known as visual effects or VFX done by visual effects makers became the rising sun of that era.
The Academy Awards (OSCAR) are given each year by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for the best film award winners of the preceding year. The Academy Award is given each year for animation movies. An animated feature is defined by the Academy as a film longer than 40 min.
Today I would like to answer a frequently asked question from our video production clients: what’s the importance of voice over in videos? Basically, every video does not need a voice over but lots of videos gain attention and good understanding
A VFX (Visual effects) is a computer generated effect to represent an object or effect. Instead of visual effects sometimes its better /worst to shoot on real locations. Let’s discuss this how.