December 1, 2010, 11:22 AM
"We want the film look" says the client or producer. Many budget conscious filmmakers, notably students, independents, documentarians, and television networks, use low cost digital video cameras but desire the film look. We’ve all seen the scratchy, old timey film look applied after the shoot or used software to produce a supposed film look. But what exactly is the film look and what’s the best way to get it when you shoot digitally? How do you advise clients and producers?
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