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Adding atmospherics

Adding atmospherics: Creating a Short Film: 05 Directing
Adding atmospherics: Creating a Short Film: 05 Directing

Atmospherics refers to particulate matter in the air to aid the beauty and the cinematography of a shot. This might include rain, dust, smoke, fog, snow, fire distortion or other natural phenomena. These natural elements are great for adding an organic atmosphere to shots. This can be a great way to diffuse light or for creating volumetric light.

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Filmmaking Video Video Pre-Production

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