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5d III and Eos 1v Mixing and Collaborating Digital and Film Images for a more uniform look

 
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Mar 11, 2018 11:02 |  #1

Hello everyone,
I've been shooting both with 5d III and Eos 1v. I have tried several software to get my digital images to look a bit closer to film but not to the extent of overdoing it. The scans I've been receiving from EOS 1v also needed a tiny bit of post process as some of them look too washed out. It's been a journey so far but I love the process. My ultimate goal is to get everything to look uniform and to give my images it's own character, not just to look like film.

Here is a sample of a mix from both 5d III and Eos 1v.
http://binaryflips.com …ography-sarasota-florida/ (external link)

Cheers everyone!




  
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