Author Topic: Film Grain  (Read 2044 times)

2021-11-30, 01:38:42

cjwidd

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Trying to improve my approach to film grain (noise) in post to emulate photographic imaging, wondering if anyone has any tips? Also, looking for a premium film grain / noise PS action, or something similar, because I don't really want to spend too much time dialing-in film grain to get the right look, if it can be done in a more efficient manner.

Right now I'm using ArionFX HDR film grain - it's nice, but few options to adjust grain size, color, roughness, etc.

2021-11-30, 23:35:28
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2021-12-22, 09:45:27
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daniel.

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I do not know if this is what you are looking for, but here you can find some film grain overlays. I only had a quick look at the free assets which seem to be quite nice.

https://www.filmcomposite.com

2021-12-22, 10:23:10
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cjwidd

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I do not know if this is what you are looking for, but here you can find some film grain overlays. I only had a quick look at the free assets which seem to be quite nice.

https://www.filmcomposite.com

Yes, I was looking for assets like these - thank you!
I've already tried Lutify, and their 50MGp film grain is pretty nice.

2021-12-22, 10:28:08
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I do not know if this is what you are looking for, but here you can find some film grain overlays. I only had a quick look at the free assets which seem to be quite nice.

https://www.filmcomposite.com

Wow! Thanks for the link and info!!! :)

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2022-02-02, 19:59:21
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I do not know if this is what you are looking for, but here you can find some film grain overlays. I only had a quick look at the free assets which seem to be quite nice.

https://www.filmcomposite.com

thx for the link. these are amazing. it has never even crossed my mind to approach it in that way.
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