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    Default Any tots on how this post processing is achieved?




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    Default Re: Any tots on how this post processing is achieved?

    desaturation, add some noise, meddle with the tones.

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    color curves, it seems.

    r, g, b.. as to what was done, don't know. i can't even remember what i do sometimes.

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    Default Re: Any tots on how this post processing is achieved?

    looks like shot on film,

    expired color negative, underexposed more than one stop, process normally, scan into CD will very little correction.
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    looks like its shot with a holga hence the lomo effect

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    definitely not a HOLGA
    -saturate, -tone slightly
    would do the job
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    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights View Post
    looks like shot on film,

    expired color negative, underexposed more than one stop, process normally, scan into CD will very little correction.
    I second this.. but need not be expired film, just underexposed by quite a bit, probably about 2 stops, thereabouts.
    Last edited by lsisaxon; 7th October 2009 at 10:26 AM.

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    definitely shot w film guys! was wondering if there a pp workflow for this effect. love the pastel color feel of it!

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    Might not necessarily shot in film.

    This pic was shot with DSLR PPed to look like film

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    Default Re: Any tots on how this post processing is achieved?

    Quote Originally Posted by navlem View Post
    Might not necessarily shot in film.

    This pic was shot with DSLR PPed to look like film

    This does not look like film at all.

    Back to the topic, Kodak Gold 200 tends towards green when underexposed and yes, you can pp your digital photo to look like that.

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