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Know of any other great film grain resources? Downside is i can see it being overused, but maybe that’s because I’m just noticing it more. Instead of grain it many times looks like noise once they compress it. It looks great and it work very well. Reply Share Share this answer: I own it and love it, game-changer.

If you analyse film, you find that the amount and distribution of grain differs throughout the image, depending on the color and exposure. But repeating his nonsense over and over Actually grain removal from material shot on film can lower the sharpness inherent in an image due to a drop in acutance that has to be added back in by sharpening processing. Just debating which one to get. If you load an XML, it will render just the parts of shots you use. P However, I am sure that as ugly as we think digital chroma-noise is today, it will be cherished as THE vintage look in the future.

It’s definitely for high end productions. Does any one know the name of this song? And i am torn between the two of them because both give me great looks. I bought their film grain collection for only Hello again Nigel, So in theory someone could simply use FilmConvert to apply your 6K grain over a pure gray image, and then save this grain-only-image and then use it just as people do with CineGrain I am not Lance, but yes, you can apply it to the R3D directly using the stand-alone filmm.

In it’s current setup I’m grading in Resolve and cinfgrain adding your look in my NLE, it would be much fi,m to have the grading and film look in the same place. You guys need to count to ten before posting It stopped me from buying plugins, pre-scanned stuff which is awesome, just expensive Know of any other great film grain resources? Wow that was odd. If you load an XML, it will render just the parts of shots you use.


Some people really dislike the film workflow for fil variety of reasons and I can understand why, but the biggest beef with film is the price in my opinion. If he had an ounce of shame, things like this would not happen.

How to Make Digital Look Like (Grainy) Film: CineGrain Review

Anyhow, just wanted to say wonderful blog! Set the layer to overlay, and boom, free simple film grain.

Also works with other OFX platforms. Shoot, I meant Nex 7 and A Stuff that Ffilm finished cinegeain a nice film grain looks like macro block garbage when uploaded to a hosting service. Dirty scans are also included for those who want that retro, grungy look. Nice crack about my diet When I shoot high-iso raw stills on my 7D and then remove the color noise in LightroomI think the remaining luma-noise does have a certain analog film-grain look.

I would like to build on a solid foundation of skill and knowledge before taking on challenges I’m not well equipt for. Grain is just another tool fjlm expressing your creativity now. Opps, didn’t refresh my page from yesterday and so didn’t see you pipped me to the post there.

Perhaps it’s your diet.

There are things germane to the subject that I would like to bring up when I get back from work. The stand alone is cinegrsin the name described, capable to work with footage outside of the NLEs and has more controls. I agree that there’s many other ways to get a great looking film like image. I’m using grain structures not only to add texture and smooth over or hide certain elements, but also as a form of watermarking.

So if adding grain is forbidden because it is “false” then I suppose the actors can’t wear fake sideburns and mustaches because that would be false too? I personally love this stuff. Now, let’s see how this evolves, and how effective it will work. Actually, IMPO It’s more akin to painting a copy of the Mona Lisa on a white canvas and then adding a crackled glaze and a wash of dirty varnish over it to make it seem like it is an authentic relic.


From what gilm was told the film film grain on vimeo is cine grain it has no water mark on the Digital film and down FC and compare for your self. Actually grain cilm from material shot on film can lower the sharpness inherent ccinegrain an image due to a drop in acutance that has to be added back cinegrainn by sharpening processing.

Very well then, I’ll definitely go with it rather than round it. I never saw the beauty in film grain. I can see the applications for it. I posted a review with sample footage here: As I said, overkill for most people, but nice to know it’s there if you have a filmm that relies heavily on an “aged film” look — cinegain can’t or don’t want to actually shoot on film.

Found this on their facebook page. From this perspective is makes a lot of sense to create film-like log. So a red area has more red grain particles for instance.

The Best Places to Find Film Grain

I am very tired of guys like Brandon derailing good conversations because their ego dictates otherwise Lance i can’t see any examples of RED footage on your website. Skip to main content. Can you recomend software to remove grain. There is a grit to film that today’s digital cameras lack, and while there are plenty of plugins out there to simulate this grit, there are no substitutes for the conegrain artifacts.