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I just added a few of these BTS Shots to my Dropbox, I could cry every time I see the results here in the forum. I don't mind my images being downscaled but they are just not sharp at all, anyway: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/1cyvmdwjl3iodxb/AADO4nhV5qdvEnLvFijC33FCa?dl=0.

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On 3/14/2021 at 12:18 AM, BJohn said:

I love the colors and tonality of this image.

Do you use a kind of software plug-in or filter? If so, which?

If not, then how did you get this result? ... if I may ask... 🙂

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Am 24.7.2019 um 22:25 schrieb BJohn:

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Hi Ben, I like your image styles. For the Classic Presets, which film simulation do you typically use. Do you pay attention when taking the photo or in post processing to lighten it up and do the contrary of dehaze (haze) , lower contrast etc to get the film look? Thanks. 

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Am 12.5.2021 um 21:33 schrieb LarsHP:

I love the colors and tonality of this image.

Do you use a kind of software plug-in or filter? If so, which?

If not, then how did you get this result? ... if I may ask... 🙂

I would also be curious to learn more. Those colors look amazingly natural. Very nice indeed.

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On 5/12/2021 at 9:33 PM, LarsHP said:

I love the colors and tonality of this image.

Do you use a kind of software plug-in or filter? If so, which?

If not, then how did you get this result? ... if I may ask... 🙂

Oh sorry! Have missed your post! Thank you very much for your kind words! I am using mainly Capture One with some official styles. These styles form the basic look of my photographs and then I'm trying to finetune a bit.

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On 6/23/2021 at 10:17 AM, Rokkor said:

Hi Ben, I like your image styles. For the Classic Presets, which film simulation do you typically use. Do you pay attention when taking the photo or in post processing to lighten it up and do the contrary of dehaze (haze) , lower contrast etc to get the film look? Thanks. 

I tended to use the classic presets from Andre Duhme (https://theclassicpresets.com/) but currently I am mainly using Capture One with some official styles as mentioned above. What I am using as a starting point on a regular basis is to directly select Base Characteristics -> Curve: Linear Response. This kind of removes some of the harsh contrast of modern lenses - at least a bit and I like that. Most of the images referenced are edited with the Latitude - Sunbound Styles, e.g. SB-01 - Serengeti. Then I usually add some minor colour / curve adjustments, maybe vignetting, bit of grain. That's my approach :)

Cheers!

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vor 13 Stunden schrieb BJohn:

I tended to use the classic presets from Andre Duhme (https://theclassicpresets.com/) but currently I am mainly using Capture One with some official styles as mentioned above. What I am using as a starting point on a regular basis is to directly select Base Characteristics -> Curve: Linear Response. This kind of removes some of the harsh contrast of modern lenses - at least a bit and I like that. Most of the images referenced are edited with the Latitude - Sunbound Styles, e.g. SB-01 - Serengeti. Then I usually add some minor colour / curve adjustments, maybe vignetting, bit of grain. That's my approach :)

Cheers!

Thanks for your answer. Classic Presets are cool and so are the RNI styles. I made the same experience with the linear curves. It feels more natural. Somehow modern lenses look great and at the same time it can be too clinical also for my taste. Will take a look at the Sunbound Styles. Sound interesting and your images look great. 

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