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Hallo zusammen,

 

vielleicht begehe ich ja einen Dankfehler an dieser Stelle, aber dennoch wage ich es: Wenn ich eine Landschaft mit einem s/w - Film aufgenommen habe, dann setzte ich z.B. einen Orange-Filter ein, um das Himmelblau dunkler zu machen. Dabei wurde auf dem Negativ die Eigenfarbe dunkler und die Komplementärfarbe heller. Im anschließenden Vergrößerungsprozess wurde dann, da das Blau weniger Deckung hatte der Himmel dunkler wiedergegeben.

 

Der Sensor der MM gibt direkt ein Positiv. Dann müsste man eigentlich einen Blaufilter nehmen und das Himmelblau abzudunkeln. Das würde aber für den s/w-Photographen ein Umdenken bedeuten. Oder verhält sich der Sensor wie ein Negativ und wird direkt in der Kamera-Bearbeitung zu einem Positiv umgerechnet?

 

Da keine Farbinformation vorhanden ist müsste hier der Nik-Filter eigentlich auch bei der MM nicht wirksam sein (zumindest ist er das bei meiner M8/M9 nicht, wenn ich s/w-jpgs bearbeite).

 

 

Gruß Michael

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Wenn Du Blaues dunkler abbilden willst, musst Du ein Filter verwenden, das Blau reduziert – also ein Gelb-, Orange- oder Rotfilter. Negativ oder Positiv spielt keine Rolle.

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…Da keine Farbinformation vorhanden ist müsste hier der Nik-Filter eigentlich auch bei der MM nicht wirksam sein (zumindest ist er das bei meiner M8/M9 nicht, wenn ich s/w-jpgs bearbeite).

 

 

Gruß Michael

 

Stimmt.

Holger

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Da keine Farbinformation vorhanden ist müsste hier der Nik-Filter eigentlich auch bei der MM nicht wirksam sein (zumindest ist er das bei meiner M8/M9 nicht, wenn ich s/w-jpgs bearbeite).

 

 

Gruß Michael

 

Was die Filter bzgl. Farbe angeht ja, was den Filmlook angeht sollten Nik schon funzen

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Was die Filter bzgl. Farbe angeht ja, was den Filmlook angeht sollten Nik schon funzen

 

Wahrscheinlich nur bedingt, da manche SW-Filme Ihren look erst entwickeln durch ihr verschiedenes Ansprechen auf verschiedene Wellenlaengen (Farben).

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