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Regular price
$45

8mm Film Grain + Textures

Film grain overlays + textures from real Kodak 8mm film. Quickly transform dull digital footage.
Unit price per

FEATURES

  • Choose 1080p HD (Starter) or 4K UHD (Pro)
  • Prores 422 files - 23.98 fps
  • Works with Premiere, Final Cut, After Effects, Davinci Resolve and more!

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WHAT'S SO DIFFERENT ABOUT THIS PACK?

Introducing a unique bundle of real Kodak 8mm film grain overlays - offered both with and without perforated borders in 1080p and 4K UHD resolution.

Most 8mm film scans are chunky and cloud the image. But as you see in the preview video below, 8mm film when processed correctly is truly gorgeous (almost closer to what you’re used to seeing from 16mm film).

These film scans feature a subtle high quality grain while preserving all the beautiful texture of the dust and scratches that give 8mm footage all its character.

As a filmmaker and editor, I’m always striving to find unique textures to use in my videos to boost production value and add unique character to the images. And since releasing, these overlays have been used by thousands of filmmakers on projects for Adidas, the Jonas Brothers, Nike, and more... I’ve loved using these elements in my projects, and I know you will too.

EASY TO USE

To use, simply import into your project and use the blending mode Hard Light to apply the grain. To apply the perforation or burn layers, import and use the blending mode Lighten. Then get creative with stacking looks as you choose to take the effect as subtle or extreme as you choose!

You can go a step further by duplicating your footage layer itself, adding a Channel Blur (I like Red Channel around 50) and setting your duplicate layer to the blending mode Lighten. This will give you even more of that soft chromatic aberration that makes 8mm film so special. (See tutorial below)

COMPATIBLE WITH ALL MAJOR SOFTWARE!

Included in the Master Bundle

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About

EZRA
COHEN

Hey I'm Ezra! I'm a filmmaker and creative director specializing in creating unique visual environments for films, commercials, and live concert environments...

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About

EZRA COHEN

I am a filmmaker and creative director specializing in creating unique visual environments for films, commercials, and live concert environments.

Learn More