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One of our customers was kind enough to give us a stellar review of Digital Color Light Leaks (Red) that he used in a commercial for the Youngstown State University football team. The 2015 Penguins season ticket spot features new Head Football Coach Bo Pelini. (featured above)

“VideoStalker's Digital Color Light Leaks are amazing! The quality is top-notch, they were easy to use and they really enhanced the look and feel of the commercial I was editing. It saved me so much time as a video editor. I recommend these to any video editor out there. Great Product!

VideoStalker's customer service is excellent. As soon as I purchased the Digital Color Light Leaks, I got an email confirmation with a link for the digital download and instructions on how to use the product. I will be buying more products from here.”

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What is the Digital Color Light Leaks? 
Digitally remastered vintage film-looking light leaks created using industry leading production software. Light Leaks is a popular style that you can easily add to your edit to take it to another level. Use for virtually any project to enhance your editing sequences. They are easy to use and applied to footage in any video editing software supporting blend modes (Screen).

 

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What is the Digital Vintage Film Grain Set? 
Digitally remastered vintage film grain created using industry leading production software. Film grain is a popular technique to make your digital footage look like film. Grain on your footage gives it that vintage look. Use for virtually any project. They are easy to use and applied to footage in any video editing software supporting blend modes (Overlay).

 

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