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    Default Mute colours?

    Any suggestions as to how I could achieve the mute colours seen in the following pictures (without the use of photoshop)?



    Picture from the following site:
    http://parisienne-moonlight.net/

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    Shoot when the sky is overcast and the contrast is low and use low contrast film (the portrait oriented films, rather than Velvia type)?

    (someone please kick me if I'm bullshitting)

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    Agree. Typically a 160-type of film for wedding. Actually I suspect a lousy lens with low contrast can help too :-)

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    Polariser? Expired film? I'd love to know too... lovely color tones...

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    I've tried shooting with Fuji NPH 400 on an overcast day but as you can see below, the results are still too bright compared to the other pictures



    Any other low contrast film recommendations?

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    i also want to know what film can get this result.

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    Is it possible that it's some sort of very light coloured filter?

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