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  1. Hello, For a project I'd like to reproduce (or get as close as possible, even if you can still obviously tell) the look of black and white of the mid-60s 35mm. I will record color digital, so that film grain could either be the result of a LUT or visual effects. Think "Masculin Feminin", "Persona" (both from 66), so pretty noticeable grain, as much in the highlights as the shadows, plus the particular roll-off in the shadows as well. I'm afraid most film stock LUT offer mostly recent film stocks. Only clip I could find of decent enough quality to observe grain Tha
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