Creating a ‘Film Look’

Creating a ‘Film Look’

By Maliek Whitaker

Create the film look with Pinnacle Studio 17 & 18 Ultimate. Our tutorial shows you how to achieve a cinematic look using color correction and color grading. We also give you tips on the DSLR & camcorder settings to get that elusive film look. We’ll cover iris/ aperture, ISO/gain, shutter speed, and 24 fps (frames per second) shooting to make sure all your bases are covered. This film look effect for Pinnacle Studio is useful for anyone looking to create documentaries, short films, and more.

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