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CMOS vs Film - Colour Responses

 
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Nov 24, 2004 05:57 |  #31

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Are there other Photoshop actions out there that emulate portrait films or other films?

That's a good question. As you said, Velvia doesn't seem to be the best for portrait work.


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Nov 24, 2004 12:02 |  #32

drisley wrote:
ChrisNardone wrote:
Are there other Photoshop actions out there that emulate portrait films or other films?

That's a good question. As you said, Velvia doesn't seem to be the best for portrait work.

So far (one week!) I have found the 20D's response to be ideal for portraits, nice and natural colours, not too saturated. I assume the other Canon DSLR's have simular colour response.


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Nov 25, 2004 17:11 |  #33

photoshop color enhancement - emulating film

Do a search on Virtual Photographer for photoshop...its a plugin and its free. It does quite the amount of effects, and emulates film types , and gives you control over saturations and levels...


You can then tweak with photoshop levels and saturation to get your final effect.

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Nov 25, 2004 20:45 |  #34

ChrisNardone wrote:
I have been playing around with this Velvia action on several photos. It's great on landscapes, buildings, wildlife etc. But not as great on portraits etc. Are there other Photoshop actions out there that emulate portrait films or other films?

Another action from Paul Bleicher:

http://home.comcast.ne​t/~bleicher/ (external link)




  
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Nov 26, 2004 11:38 |  #35

Thanks nosquare and gary! :D


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