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Film Grain in Postproduction – Bringing Texture Back

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A form of postproduction that can be applied to CinemaDNG files is film grain. For some, the idea of shooting in raw reflects in some ways an approach to filmmaking that harkens back to the days of working on film. What is lost in digital filmmaking involves the loss of texture. Film grain is one…

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Shooting for Editing?

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During production, when you are recording all of the visual material for a project, you make sure that your shots cover all of the action from each angle required so that when it comes time to edit the individual shots together, there is enough visual material to show the entire story from the preferred positions…

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