Dustin Paluch Blair Witch

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Dustin Paluch Professor Schwartz FSP 101-13 24 November 2009 Blair Witch Close-Up The movie The Blair Witch Project brought fear to millions of viewers in the late 1990’s. Various visual effects make a surreal world to viewers if they do not know the background of the film. Through a creation of visual effects such as angles, lighting, framing, scene, staging, effects, and dialogue, The Blair Witch Project creates a unique effect for its audience. Visual effects are some of the characteristics that make The Blair Witch Project unique. First of all, the visual editing in the film has second pauses between the scenes which represent an amateur camera person. This is unique to the film because not many movies have one of their lead actors as the cinematographer as well. Another unique visual effect to the film is that it switches between black & white to color at various times in the film. There was also a blurring effect at times. These two effects, the change in color between black & white to color and
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