Cinema film look in 90 seconds

Do you want to make your videos look more epic?

Follow these 3 easy steps to get a cinema film look in just 90 seconds!

 

Benjamin Jaworskyj Cinema film look video

STEP 1: Movements

Make your camera move – but without too much shaking. You can use a handheld gimble, a glidecam or just a book! Watch the video to see how to do that. You can also include objects in the foreground for cool cinema look effects.

Benjamin Jaworskyj Cinema film look video

STEP 2: Flat image

For a flat picture and high dynamic range you can film in a flat picture profile like S-Log (on Sony cameras). That way it is really easy to apply a cinema film look in Adobe Premiere Pro or other editing programs.

Benjamin Jaworskyj Cinema film look video

STEP 3: Color correction

LUTs are a very easy option if you want to change the color or add contrasts in Adobe Premiere Pro. You can apply and adjust them like presets to your video and there are tons of free LUTs available on the internet.

Benjamin Jaworskyj Cinema film look video

The icing on the cake are cinemascope bars. Just add them to your finished video and it will look like Steven Spielbergs newest Blockbuster 😉

You can get a free cinemascope template here.

You can watch the whole video here:

3 Comments on “Cinema film look in 90 seconds”

  1. I LIKE THE TUTORIAL, THAT WAS AWESOME AM IN AFRICA KENYA LEARNING ABOUT FILM AND YOUR YOUTUBE CHANEL IS SO HELPFUL. THANK YOU SO MUCH.

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