Special effects or SFX are used when a certain scenes cannot be filmed using conventional methods such as dinosaurs running amok or space travel!
They are also used when creating something would be unfeasible, for example building 16th century castles or luxury liners that sink. Here SFX is applied to achieve the desired effect. Many different special effects techniques exist, ranging from traditional theater or elaborately staged effects as in the "machine plays" of the Restoration spectacular, through classic film techniques invented in the early 20th century, such as aerial image photography and optical printers, to modern computer graphics imagery (CGI).
Often several different techniques are used together in a single scene or shot to achieve the desired effect. SFX is a cost effective way of getting a certain look. Avant Garde Omni Media employs SFX whenever necessary. This also indicates our level of commitment because we are ready to make the impossible possible just for you.