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Get an overview of our offering, learn a few editing tips, and start taking advantage of the Lens Distortions platform.
Since the beginning, Lens Distortions has been focused on helping filmmakers achieve a cohesive aesthetic in their projects and across their portfolios. Even though our offering has massively expanded over the years, our entire lineup is still as cohesive as ever.
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.
Finishing LUTs are designed to tie your entire sequence of shots together. They’re less about infusing new color into your project and more about tightening up all of your shots around a disciplined color palette.
Since we introduced them in 2019, Finishing LUTs have become one of the most useful aspects of the platform with countless members mentioning they’re the best color products they’ve ever used.
Lens Distortions pioneered modern cinematic sound effects built specifically for filmmakers, and in this in-depth tutorial, we take you inside the sound design of some of our most popular trailers and videos and show you how to leverage the same sound effects techniques in your own edits.
Sound Design Tracks™
Even with world-class sound effects at your fingertips, it takes a ton of time and practice to master the art of sound design. We created Sound Design Tracks to serve as powerful starting points to your editing projects. Get better sound design faster with can these pre-built sound effects sequences you can cut your footage to or chop up to create custom arrangements.
Classic Light Hits™
Lens Flares have a reputation for being over-the-top and fake. We set out to change that with Light Hits™, which give you tasteful, subtle flares that help you punctuate edit points and splash light and texture into your shots.
Cinematic Editing with Matt Komo
Lens Distortions Visual effects are both the highest-quality and easiest to use. In this tutorial, Matt Komo shows you some of his favorite editing tips and techniques for visual effects that you can start using today to take your projects to the next level.
The simplest way to leverage visual effects is to accentuate what’s already in your shot. Our Snow overlays are a great example of this. Take a winter scene and turn it into an immersive world by simply dropping a snow effect on top of your footage and setting the blend mode to screen.