Filmlooks.com has the most interesting collection of authentic film scans you will ever find on the Internet. You are a digital artist, an indie filmmaker, a motion designer or a video editor and you are looking for a great way to give that super cool film look to your masterpiece. Well, you’re just at the right place.
We have the greatest 1080p HD scans of artefacts on celluloid such as 16mm grain, super 8mm grain, dirt and scratches, deteriorations, film burns, light leaks, flash frames, splices and beautiful photo chemical reactions due to bad processing. We also offer some superb footage of old countdowns, head and tail leaders, and artistically colored film.
Our clips were originally created from film that was shot with super 8mm and 16mm vintage cameras and that film was then processed in a surviving film laboratory. Some of the film got intentionally beat up, and then, everything got digitized with a high-res telecine scanner. The Quicktime files (Most of them are Apple Pro Res) will work on any decent video editing or compositing software such as Final cut pro, Adobe after effects, Adobe premiere or Avid media composer.
If you plan to use some of our files as filters, just place them in your timeline over your footage, and play around with chroma keys or apply a composite mode such as overlay or screen. You can also do some tweaking with the levels and the opacity until you get the desired feel you are looking for. Soon, there will be a great amount of tutorials available for free on the site. Just so you can discover some amazing ways to use our products.
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