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Topic: How do you achieve the film look?
This podcast, and it’s associated YouTube channel, harbours the name The Film Look. What is a film look? And how do you get it? Is it your camera settings, colour grading, direction?
What is “The Film Look”? (referring to a look of a film)
If you had to choose just a few methods to concentrate on in help achieve The Film Look, what would you suggest?
Wouldn’t shooting on film achieve The Film Look?
Why did you name your channel The Film Look?
Have you guys achieved the film look yet?
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