Building immersive worlds for MVMT. How Totale brings a watch brand to life. From ocean plastic to clean, modern design, MVMT Watches leans on powerful visual storytelling to help them stand out in a world of noise. Enter Corey Milne of Totale. Corey Milne is a VFX Producer at Totale and is based in Los…
If you are new to Lens Distortions, this page offers a quick jumping-off point to learn more about our offering and get a feel for how everything on our boutique platform helps you achieve your cinematic vision.
Cinematic sound effects, pre-arranged into powerful sequences, and then baked into a single audio file you can cut your footage to. Get pre-built, professional sound design in the simplicity of a single audio track.
While most LUTs out there are heavy-handed at the expense of quality, Finishing LUTs offer a lighter touch and are rigorously stress-tested to work well across a wide variety of footage and lighting conditions.
One of the best ways you can enhance your visual projects is to use the power of sound. In this 12 minute tutorial, we take you behind the scenes of many Lens Distortions videos to see the tried and true techniques we’ve been using for years.
Cutting edge brand pieces, innovative product launches, and revolutionary campaigns evoke more emotion by using meaningful sound design. Statement SFX gives you the essential sounds to make your mark.
Time and time again we’ve witnessed how great directors use snow to create a feeling of transcendence. We worked with the visual experts behind the snow scenes in many of today’s top films and series to make this iconic filmmaking aesthetic available to you in an easy-to-use format.
Get a behind the scenes look at some of Komo’s best editing techniques in these exclusive tutorials. Matt shares some very clever use cases for our visual effects and a full breakdown of how he did the sound design in his Sequoia film.
Working with Daughter.Studio, Mill+ created this stylish spot for Rolls Royce and their latest Ghost model. The Mill’s VFX team utilized 4K Signature Glass Effects from Lens Distortions to create a highly stylized aesthetic.
As visual creatives, we all obsess over light. At Lens Distortions, we’ve developed two libraries to make it more available in post for today’s filmmakers, editors, and VFX artists.
Get a behind the scenes look at how cinematic wedding filmmakers White In Revery edit their wedding videos in these VFX and sound effects tutorials.
For our next video product, we wanted to offer something a bit more provocative and stylized… for filmmakers who aren’t afraid to push their visuals.
Syncopated percussive elements, pulsing drones, abstract patterns, organic textures — Endurance blurs the line between sound design and soundtrack.
See how Peter uses a powerful visual metaphor, cinematic footage, and well-executed sound design to convey a life-changing experience in Kenya.
To better showcase the diversity of looks in this pack, we’ve organized it into curated categories, created some quick clips to make one of the most popular use cases (transitions) easier, and added a few previously unreleased overlays to really round out the mix.
Our first sound effects library focused on the darker, weightier side of cinematic sounds. Our latest offering focuses on the more hopeful, anticipatory side of things.
We’ve added three new packs to our lineup of natural video effects with the discriminating filmmaker and VFX artist in mind.
Sound design is essential to creating a visceral experience for your viewer. Archetype SFX puts iconic sound design within reach.
The Mill’s VFX Supervisor Pete Rypstra shares a little glimpse into their project for Castrol EDGE which utilizes our Legacy 4k glass elements.
Learn the driving idea behind Peter’s YouTube success and a few of his favorite mobile photography techniques.
Director Chris Leclerc wanted to embark on a project that would push the level when it comes to dramatic lighting and cinematic shots and raise the bar for upcoming client work. Learn how he used our Luminary and Light Hits effects in this behind the scenes interview.
“We needed good, realistic flares that we could use very minimally to make the titles feel a little more natural and filmic… so naturally, Lens Distortions was what we went with. They’re the best ones out there.” – Imaginary Forces