Download our Free Digital Remaster 4K Anamorphic Lens Flares Pack

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Colorist Factory has bundled 9 - 4K Anamorphic Lens Flares. Remastered for digital videos and motion graphics projects.

Anamorphic flares can help you recreate an anamorphic look at a low cost. These flares are basically light streaks created by high-end Cinema Lenses (Anamorphic Lenses). Using anamorphic light streaks by new-age filmmakers allows indie productions to level up the production value while saving huge costs of renting a set of limited anamorphic lenses available in the market.

How anamorphic lens flares are formed – Diagram

How to use lens flares in Premiere Pro

1) Import the lens flare .mov into the project.

2) Place your lens flare video file on top of your video.

3) Click on “Effects Control” tab. Under opacity section select blending mode to “Screen”

4) You can further refine the flare intensity by adding a lumetri panel to lens flare file and playing around with highlights and shadows.

Note: Colorist Factory lens flare can be applied similarly in other video editing and compositing software.

Video Tutorial

Here’s the step-by-step video tutorial on how to use Colorist Factory’s Digital Remaster 4K Anamorphic Lens Flares! Make sure to subscribe to our YouTube Channel for more tips and tricks on color grading.

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We hope Colorist Factory LUTs helped you get the look you were looking for in your next project! Make sure to follow us on Instagram for more fresh cinematic color inspiration @colorist.factory. Also, we’ve started a cool project of making a tutorial on utilizing each and every LUT we give in our packs! So make sure to subscribe to our Youtube channel!


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