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  • The first step is to create a storyboard.
  • Color grading is a term that refers to the process of
  • Make use of the slow-motion options.
  • Please don't zoom in!
  • Be aware of your lighting and make good use of it.
  • Shoot at a frame rate of 24 frames per second (FPS)
  • Apply a Cinematic Crop to your image.
  • Make use of the Warp Stabilizer.

Some of the benefits of using a cinematic look is it gives you flexibility with your work. You can change the color scheme, use textured backgrounds, and add effects to make your work more visually appealing.

A cinematic look is a look that has been designed with a particular purpose in mind. The use of lighting and camera angles are often used to create this type of look.
We should not think of these cinematic looks as something that would be exclusive to the movies. They can be used in different mediums like advertising and marketing, posters, presentations, and websites.

The art and science of motion-picture photography is known as cinematography. It includes techniques including general scene composition, set or site lighting, camera, lens, filter, and film stock selection, camera angle and movements, and the integration of any special effects.

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