Recap Q&A: How Do You Get The "Film Look"?

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It's good that you mentioned some of the things a person may need or need to do to get the "film look" but it's also important to note that the person looking for this kind of advice need to do research and implement the information. This means really looking into camera options vis a vis budget, going through your lighting kit videos, etc. because just to know about these topics isn't enough.