How do I achieve that cinematic look like it is made for movies etc., for my videos?
I guess there are many possibilities
Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors. Consider supporting us by disable your adblocker or try DVDFab Passkey and copy Blu-ray and DVDs! :)
+ Reply to Thread
Results 1 to 7 of 7
Lighting, framing, depth of field, manual focus, manual exposure, manual aperture, high dynamic range, white balance, color grading, tripod, stedicam, dolly, crane, shoot 24 fps, professional writers, professional directors, professional actors, set design, costume design, makeup, stunt design, stuntmen, professional producer to organize it all... That should get you started.
Last edited by jagabo; 12th Oct 2018 at 20:37.
Jagabo is right-on.
You also need a base graphics storage and projection medium (film) that has a greater color spectrum, a wider contrast range, more talent at recording low-density subjects like fog or mist or other low contrast scenes, more detail and less noise with high-contrast scenes like night shots, greater accutance and resolution, total absence of compression artifacts, plus cleaner motion rendering than digital video currently offers. But things can always improve.
Last edited by LMotlow; 13th Oct 2018 at 01:06.- My sister Ann's brother
You forgot to add mis-en-scene and bokeh!
Change the camera and/or lenses and learn to use it, or learn to use the one that you have if its capable of obtaining the look, the rest is experience and know-how.
I forgot to mention aspect ratio. Movies come in several aspect ratios but many people think of 2.35:1 as the movie look.
What exactly is motion rendering ? I cound not find something about it.
and can i apply all those things with a digital camera?