Video: 5 Ways to Get the Hollywood Cinematic Film Look on a DSLR

Posted April 05, 2017
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One question that we constantly get either online or when we are running the in-person bootcamps is how can you achieve that film look. They are not talking about HD, almost every camera and smartphone shoots in full HD these days, but they mean the cinematic look that you get from the movies or TV dramas.

Much of this has to do with the lenses and cameras. Many believe that they can't get that same look from their DSLR or iPhone, but there are some other ways you can get closer to that film look and YouTuber Armando Ferreira wants to show you.

 


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