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    Quote Originally Posted by wildstriker View Post
    I shot my first wedding video (albeit voluntarily) on a Canon 60D and I'm considering adding a 4K 16MM film grain to "hide" the camera's limitations, especially the low light shots (even though the aperture was wide open), as well as to get a certain style look.

    I don't recall seeing other wedding videos with this sort of look before (maybe I have, but I just don't remember). So this is kind of uncharted territory for me.

    I'm interested in opinions on this. Are film grains in wedding videos make or break?

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    I fail to mention that I also shot at 720p, because I wanted the 50fps look for slow motion.
    Go for it!

    All depends on the type of people you end up working for. They will probably only want a good video. Adding a little grain (almost not visible) can break up the digital compression patterns that create less natural detail. I say go for it, but “film” is less of the standard now, and adding too much grain is just distracting unless you are trying to be vintage looking for effect.


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    Post some samples of your work with grain, if you can.


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    Quote Originally Posted by James0b57 View Post
    Post some samples of your work with grain, if you can.
    This is the film grain I originally had in mind (I'm not a fan of posting my work on forums, I'll remove the link when enough people see it),

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