Posts Tagged ‘filmsimulation’

RNI All Films 3.0 Claims to Offer Film Simulation More Convincing Than Actual Film

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Preset maker Really Nice Images has announced RNI All Films 3.0, a new film simulation suite that aims to rival the software offered by companies such as DXO and VSCO. RNI claims to be so realistic in its simulation of film that film photographers are fooled by resulting photos in blind tests.

It’s “simulation more convincing than actual film,” Really Nice Images says.
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Fujifilm Bringing Film Simulation to Its Official RAW Conversion Software

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Fujifilm is bringing its popular mirrorless camera film simulation modes to its desktop RAW conversation software. Rather than shoot photos in certain modes and have those looks baked into the JPEG files, photographers will be able to choose their film look during post-processing.
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Fuji’s Classic Chrome Film Simulation Brings the Magic of Kodachrome to the Digital Realm

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Among the new features of the newly announced Fujifilm X100T is something they call the “Classic Chrome” film setting. Technically this is not a debut, having already been announced on the X30 earlier this summer.

But I think it’s a sleeper feature, and will prove to be one of the growing list of reasons Fuji users tend to connect so strongly with their cameras. Read more…

Rumor: X-Trans Film Simulation Support Coming Soon to Lightroom & Camera RAW

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According to a recent report by Fuji Rumors, Fujifilm users with X-Trans sensor cameras will have some additional incentive to use Adobe Lightroom and Camera RAW. Apparently, there’s a soon-to-be-released update in the works that will improve Adobe’s support of Fuji’s X-Trans RAF files. Read more…

New Fujifilm X-Pro1 Photos and Specs, Camera to Offer Film Simulation Modes

Fujifilm’s beautiful X-Pro1 mirrorless camera isn’t official yet, but we now have a clearer picture of what the system will look like after a few product pages for X-series lenses were accidentally published on Amazon (they’ve since been removed). In addition to new images of the camera itself, prices for the lenses were revealed: $500 for the 35mm f/1.4 and 18mm f/2.0, and $600 for the 60mm f/2.4. Also, get this: the camera will be able to simulate 10 different kinds of film (e.g. Provia, Velvia, Astia, B&W)!
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