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Sunset on Lake Simcoe

Sunset on Lake Simcoe
Copyright ©2006, Christopher Ashworth
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A tone mapped 16 bit Tiff Photomatix, which I set to look like Velvia 100 Film using Alien Skin Exposure.

Photographer: Christopher Ashworth
Folder: Common area
Uploaded: 30-Sep-2006 16:57 CEST
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Camera: Olympus C7070
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Focusing method: iESP
ISO: 100
White balance: Auto
Flash: no
Image format: RAW
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Image resized to: 600x800

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Aux lens

I used the Wcon 07C.

Christopher Ashworth at 17:00 CEST on 30-Sep-2006 [Reply]


I really like the Velvia look the sky looks superb, would be interested to know more.
Cheers Steve

Steve Elliott at 06:56 CEST on 01-Oct-2006 [Reply]

Velvia Film -Tone mapping

Exposure brings the look and feel of film to digital photography. Simulate the warmth and softness of real world film, both color and black and white. Reproduce realistic film grain, and simplify your digital photography workflow.

You can now digitally simulate the vivid colors of Velvia(r), the rich blacks of Kodachrome(r), the sensitivity of Ektachrome(r), and the characteristics of dozens of other film stocks. Exposure also models the size, shape, and color of real world film grain. Use this level of subtle reproduction to simulate the distinct looks of films such as Ilford(r) 3200 Delta and long discontinued Ektachrome EES and GAF(r) 500.

Exposure simplifies your workflow, collecting color, dynamic range, softness, and grain controls in one plug-in. Correct a colorcast, soften a digital portrait, and tweak contrast with one, easy-to-use tool. Or define your signature look and save it as a one-click effect.

The Exposure demo is fully functional for 30 days.

Christopher Ashworth at 14:29 CEST on 01-Oct-2006 [Reply]


Thanks for the info, will give it a try.
Cheers Steve

Steve Elliott at 07:31 CEST on 02-Oct-2006 [Reply]