Some more images: The Score: I can honesty say that I was blown away by the consistent quality of the results. More often than not tweaking shadow contrast in the way described above, was my best bet. And this was our reason to start the quest for such processing tools capable of bringing digital imagery to life with minimal effort. Like with any other presets that simulate the look of film there are key parameters that will be changed in order to match the digital file with the analog print. But to be honest, it comes very close. Of course it is still needs to be proofed whether digital files in general can hold up with film.
An additional feature that is called smart contrast attracted my attention. Can somone enlighten me as to what is so amazing or even atractive in mimicking the films?? This app provides you all information you need to know. If you believe any trademark or copyright law was violated by our products or website, please contact us providing the details of the claim User License Agreement By using any of our products and services you agree: not to copy, distribute, or disclose any part of our products in any medium unless authorised by Really Nice Images in writing. What is it that you guys love about film and why do you produce presets for digital cameras to simulate the look of film? Most of the existing film presets have been either re-worked from the ground or fine-tuned for higher accuracy and better skin tones. Many downloads like Rni Really Nice Images All Films Pro 4.
Some will render more details on the skin while others tend to produce a more ethereal look, which in this case suits the model and the light well. All trademarks and brands belong to their respective owners. If you need to precisely match film with digital, you need to put a little bit more work into image processing in order to achieve the desired result. We currently have 282,763 full downloads including categories such as: software, movies, games, tv, adult movies, music, ebooks, apps and much more. As I say, those presets do not replace real film. I also miss instructions on how to use presets for the best possible result. The application is for the beginner who finds it very difficult to use the application.
Show them the infinite pleasure in the touch of a hand. By using our products and services you are personally responsible for compliance with all the international and local laws. Every time processing my images I spend a bit of time researching how different film groups and film brands work for my current shoot and then trying to stick to one, just to limit myself as if I were shooting real film. These parameters are foremost contrast and color. It is hard to say which one works best for certain genres as for each case study I always hesitated between more than one.
It may take some time to find the best preset for the job but once you do, it is simply a matter of applying it to all the images and tweaking a few settings to make the series look perfect. As soon as you get used to this step you can start adjusting exposure later in the workflow and after the film preset has been selected. Start with a decently exposed image, then apply your preset or filter but do so in moderation depending on the look you want. And processing it yourself sucks. Sometimes journalists refer to us as a startup but that's not entirely correct.
This from a guy that taught color photo on a college level for 5 yrs. For a number of years now, Really Nice Images has been working on creating loads of very film-like presets through use of science. Beautiful grain, stunning tonality, bright and vivid colors, beautiful skin tones and subdued elegant shades of gray, all these attributes belong to certain type of film and wait to be explored, not only by the nostalgic enthusiast who is still drawn to the real medium, but also by the interested digital shooter, who is looking for a way to introduce the magic of film into the digital workflow. I've only compared the free samples. For present films we shoot the same subjects on both film and digital and then use our proprietary technology to produce a beautiful and accurate match in Capture One. The auto white balance feature of Lightroom and the white balance tool will get you in the right direction but in the end it is up to you to decide which color balance setting works for you. I am used to a rather warm rendering of colors when I scan Kodak Gold with my Kodak Pakon scanner and found the presets shift color balance a bit to the cool side.
Skin tones however cannot compete with real film in my opinion. I didn't really know what I wanted so liked the range however I tend to only use about 4 -5 different ones. Note that by presets I mean a single film simulation. They are meant to be used in addition to the main presets to refine the look. The samples in this review could be a bit better, with more people and natural lighting imo.
The initial correction goes towards an acceptable exposure value. In truth, you can easily boost the shadows in Lightroom. That means that you can apply these emulsions to your digital photos in Lightroom or even Photoshop. For present films we shoot the same subjects on both film and digital and then use our proprietary technology to produce a beautiful and accurate match in Lightroom. That's not because of mimicking film stocks but mainly due to the fact they make digital colours and especially skintones somehow right.
In the end the look of the files reminded me of Portra but it was long road to get there. Unfortunately there is no user handbook for the presets. Also at this stage we use our own versions of camera profiles. So we have turned it off. It's more important to express how they feel, what we call bringing an emotional essence to their photography. I got lovely results for all the genres I am interested in. Why do people still shoot film, when digital is so convenient to use? So the total count is even higher than that.
Heck yes—but more because I like the variety of looks that are offered and not necessarily because I like the film-look. I like these presets not just because they emulate the look of film but also because they deliver a different result than the default colour or monochrome profiles you can find on most digital cameras. Highlights will be hugely cutoff similar to what you get scanning Kodachrome film. Some of them can drastically change the original look of the preset. This includes tweaking skintones, sky, foliage and other important groups of colours using our range of real-life subjects captured on film and digital under various lighting conditions. Normally I press 3—5 buttons choosing my starting point, not all 300. This prevents Lightroom from accidentally inheriting some settings from the previously applied look and ensures every preset you apply looks exactly the way it has been designed.