Snow for Video | Immersive snowfall with ethereal movement

Study the work of Hollywood’s most revered filmmakers and you’ll notice they don’t just tell stories, they create worlds. And these aren’t just worlds the characters live in, but worlds the viewer is viscerally caught up in too.

Time and time again we’ve witnessed how great directors use snow in particular to create a feeling of transcendence. We wanted to make this powerful filmmaking aesthetic available to you in an easy-to-use format.

To pull this off, we worked with the visual experts behind the snow scenes in many of today’s top films and series, including a wildly popular medieval fantasy epic. The result — the most iconic snow effects library available today.

These aren’t your run-of-the-mill fairy tale snow effects. Snow can be romantic, and this pack includes some of the classic styles you’d expect, but it goes beyond the whimsical to the cinematic.

Snow

Immersive snowfall with ethereal movement
(Also available for Photoshop here.)

Extremely Versatile

You can use these filters in a wide range of circumstances, even on shots that aren’t explicitly snowy to start with.

This is not about creating a cliche winter scene, but about tying disparate shots together to make them feel like they’re all part of the same world.

When snow is falling across a sequence of shots, your audience knows everything is somehow connected.

Overview

Normal Speed + Slow Motion

Odds are, you’re shooting both 24p and 60p on a regular basis, and this library has you covered for both.

As a general rule, you’ll want to use normal speed effects on footage that is 24p – 30p and the slow-motion effects on any footage above 48p. It certainly doesn’t have to be an exact match… you have a lot of creative freedom.

A Curated Library

The library contains 120 effects, organized into two main categories: Normal Speed and Slow Motion. Each category includes 4 distinct styles.

NS – 01 Classic

Steady downfall just as you’d expect.

NS – 02 Ethereal

Flurries that seem to have a mind of their own. Gusting in various directions to create an encompassing cinematic feel.

NS – 03 Weightless

Floating upward as much as downward and plenty of side to side. These filters seem to hang in the air effortlessly.

NS – 04 Intense

A frenzy of movement and near whiteout conditions.

SL – 01 Classic

Steady downfall just as you’d expect.

SL – 02 Ethereal

Flurries that seem to have a mind of their own. Gusting in various directions to create an encompassing cinematic feel.

SL – 03 Weightless

Floating upward as much as downward and plenty of side to side. These filters seem to hang in the air effortlessly.

SL – 04 Intense

A frenzy of movement and near whiteout conditions.

 

Tutorial: Using Snow Adobe Premiere

Learn how to import Snow effects, add them to your footage, and use a simple luma matte technique in Adobe Premiere.

Tutorial: Using Snow in Final Cut Pro X

Learn how to organize your library, add Snow effects to your footage and use a simple luma matte technique in Final Cut.

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