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tryingtolearn 05-24-2019 06:13 PM

VSCO film like effect? - Something we can buy or method of edit?
 
Hey guys, so if any of you are photographers as well I'm sure you're familiar with VSCO presets, that give a photo the appearance of old film

turning blacks to blues,
lessening blacks
adding grain
making skin color slightly off yet inexplicably appealing
giving an old movie look but in a modern way

well a lot of videographers seem to have this look too
but the ones I personally know are either Final Cut or Adobe users

- This guys work is an example of what I am talking about
- https://www.orrissfilms.com/

is this an editing method I could try within Edius? if so what controls would I look into and play with?

If not, are there 3rd party plugins that would emulate this look?

- I know a lot of his scenes have light leak overlays so I posted about that in a separate thread :)

xoxo Thanks

GrassValley_PS 05-24-2019 07:12 PM

Old Movie filter will give you a start. There is also a set of 64/65 old presets that give different looks.

tryingtolearn 05-24-2019 07:15 PM

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Originally Posted by GrassValley_PS (Post 320834)
Old Movie filter will give you a start. There is also a set of 64/65 old presets that give different looks.


Thank you - I know I can add grain with old movie film.
I used to use it to mimic the old sepia style, but I havn't tried to see if I could alter the colors besides sepia I will try that

What are the 65 old presets that you are referring to?
Just the standard ones in edius or something else?

GrassValley_PS 05-24-2019 07:32 PM

I sent you a PM

tryingtolearn 06-11-2019 11:45 PM

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Originally Posted by GrassValley_PS (Post 320839)
I sent you a PM

I only just saw the PM thank you so much
I replied

I'm really interested in doing that hughy type adjustment with the grain
I know I've created some good grain before it's more the YUV curve that's a bit more challenging. I'm sure once I nail it I'll save it as a killer preset

BUT I'm wondering.. because I know when you do that kind of thing in photoshop that you overlay say a blue gradient overlay, set to a transparency.. so I'm wondering if I need to do something like that and play with blend modes?

is there a good video on blend modes?

GrassValley_PS 06-12-2019 03:52 PM

If you do a search here, I provided a link a long time ago that explained how Blend modes worked in general. Very informative.


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