by BjK Productions In this tutorial, you will be taught how to use these Free Presets provided by BjK Productions. The project has been carefully arranged, taking speed into cognizance, to make it as straightforward as possible. All you have to do is drag and drop files, edit the text, and voila! Your video is […]Read more "4 EPIC LIGHT STREAK TRANSITIONS"
By Michael Maher | Shutterstock Download the free Shutterstock Video Editor Toolkit and score over 220 free assets — all free to use in any video — animated icons, transitions, light leaks, and video elements — plus over 50 LUTs!Read more "Grab Hundreds of Free Video Elements from Shutterstock"
By Michael Maher, Shutterstock Every editor should have a variety of video assets, plug-ins, presets, and music at their disposal. Build up your video editor toolbox with these 1,000 free assets and plugins. From overlays and LUTs that change the look of your image, to transitions and plug-ins to help you edit more effectively — here […]Read more "Shutterstock FREE Video Editor Toolbox"
By VashiVisuals An easy way to make your project look more ‘cinematic’ is to overlay film grain, light leaks or other film-specific attributes. They can be used to emulate film stock, create transitions or for experimental and aggressive looks. There are many expensive options you can buy to achieve these looks…but for the low budget […]Read more "121 Free Film Grain & Light Leaks for Film & Video Editors"
by Nicole Haddock, Freelance Editor at Henninger Media Services For those of you who are like, “errr, light leaks?”, it’s basically a video clip with a black background whereupon light leaks into frame, even the entire frame. Dead useful for transitions, or adding a little jazz to a boring photo. These are most useful in […]Read more "Editor’s Toolbox: I Need that Light Leak! edition by Nicole Haddock"
December 24, 2015 by Kavon Zamania, Rocketstock Need your footage to have a vintage vibe? Here’s everything you need to know to create a fake film look in Adobe After Effects. While nothing can quite replace the look of real, tangible film, you may find yourself wanting to emulate its general appearance, whether it be […]Read more "How to Create a Fake Film Look in After Effects"
September 26, 2013 by Vashi Nedomansky, vashivisuals.com 11 Companies giving away FREE filmmaking assets An easy way to make your project look more ‘cinematic’ is to overlay film grain, light leaks or other film-specific attributes. They can be used to emulate film stock, create transitions or for experimental and aggressive looks. There are many expensive […]Read more "120+ Free Film Grain & Light Leaks for Film & Video Editors"