A border effect followed by a black (heavy) vignette with a dark subject (centered) making up less than 10% of the image under some trees. The background is brightly lit and very chaotic. The shadows are blocked and highlights are blown. The view is slightly wide angle at eye height. The horizon is in the middle.
Sometimes they add fake film borders before the vignette because the vignette covers the film edges.
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- University of Wisconsin-ParksideApplied Computer Science
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