How movies look before and after visual effects are applied

 
 
Filmmakers use visual effects to provide a wide range of enhancements to movies of every genre.
 
Though most people associate visual effects with the creation of fantastic or imaginary characters, props and locations for science fiction, animation and other nonrealistic film genres, there are other reasons to use visual effects.  

Perfecting a scene by correcting colorization is one example. Budgetary considerations can also play a part in the decision to contact a visual effects company -- a film can save on payroll expenses by replacing armies and crowds of actors with a computer-generated crowd or army. Similarly, visual effects can be used to place actors in different locations without incurring the cost of filming on location.
 
Ever wondered how movies look like without visual effects?
 

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