I’d shot a tonne of CineStill in the past and was feeling jaded that my pictures had a similar look and feel to everyone else’s (and that halation!). Days later I came down with my personal cocktail of symptoms so I’m glad I returned…Since I started shooting film 2 years ago, I have wanted to shoot Motion Picture Stock and have it processed in its native ECN-2 chemistry. This was one attempt. This was one attempt. There's a real cost to operating and maintaining this site, not to mention all the time that I pour into it. It’s meant to be graded to your personal taste, but honestly, I was thrilled with the look as is. Does that not achieve the same thing?See also: Film Simulation RecipesThere’s different ways to shoot it and develop it, so creating a recipe is very difficult. Sometimes making me losing precious moments.excuse my typos… shouldn’t be doing two things at the time… ^^But I guess one would have to decide do they want a look without color correction (thus blueish daylight photos) or do they want color corrected look out of it.
... VISION3 500T … Thank you for the input, it really helps!For me the look of 500T is sought after, I really have used some time to emulate, or get some of the aesthetics of this film, in a Capture One -style. Also make sure Performance is set to Boost. During this time of “staying at home”, I thought it would be…I'm an environmental scientist during the day but a low-light/night photographer shooting the suburbs and vintage signs on film outside of the 9-5 hours.The first thing I noticed when the scans came into my inbox was how low the contrast of Kodak VISION3 500T film naturally is and how cool and blue/purple the main tones are. At night Kodak VISION3 500T 5129 (EI 1600 / 35mm format / Nikon FA) – by Adam Carl. I can see that. In certain situations it can look similar to his pictures.I call this new film simulation recipe “Cine Teal” because it looks a bit cinematic thanks to the Eterna film simulation, and has a teal, green or yellow cast, depending on the light. I’ve been trying to create a Kodak Vision3 500T recipe, but I can’t get it right. Kinda reminds me of Paola M Franqui (@monaris_} on Instagram. Quite interesting recipe : )Now, with all recipes I got from your blog, except the one that uses Velvia as reference, have quite long storing times. VISION3 offers enviable control at every step of the filmmaking process, in both digital and traditional workflows. I’ve tried a number of different combinations of settings, but I haven’t cracked the code (yet). You can always add Clarity later if you shoot RAW+JPEG, so that you don’t miss the shots.Baseball legend Lefty Gomez said, “I’d rather be lucky than good.” This particular film simulation recipe was a failure, but it was a lucky failure. Great stuff as always!Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:Do to my still limited firmware (Fujis bad) I can only use one Kelvin setting in my C1-C7… :-((2.
Set Clarity to 0 and see if it’s faster.