Old 09-11-2019   #41
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Digitised with a DSLR. I'm still inverting by hand in RawTherapee.
Try negativelabpro.com
They have a free trial. It will get rid of that cyan cast in your image.
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Old 09-12-2019   #42
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Thanks for the link Huss. Not sure I'll give it a go yet as I don't have lightroom so there's that cost too.


With regard to the image, I think it may be "correct" but mixed lighting. The background that's in full sun and the people in the foreground seem balanced better (the helmet and black bag look right to me). The shadowy bit around the cyclists is blue as you'd expect.
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Old 09-12-2019   #43
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Thanks for the link Huss. Not sure I'll give it a go yet as I don't have lightroom so there's that cost too.


With regard to the image, I think it may be "correct" but mixed lighting. The background that's in full sun and the people in the foreground seem balanced better (the helmet and black bag look right to me). The shadowy bit around the cyclists is blue as you'd expect.
You can email me your raw file and I can run it through negativelabpro and post the result.
The skin tones are really not good. On the people in the fore ground and the bicyclists.
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fyi makes sure to 'scan' the image with a preset WB like sunlight, not AWB as the camera has no idea what AWB to set for an image that has a strong orange base.
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Here it is after negativelabpro

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Old 09-14-2019   #46
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Okay yeah that's heaps better. Thanks for showing me.


I think I can maybe get closer with a simple adjustment of my image so its partially my eye for colour too.
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Okay yeah that's heaps better. Thanks for showing me.


I think I can maybe get closer with a simple adjustment of my image so its partially my eye for colour too.
No prob. What is awesome about NLP is that the conversion took 3 clicks.
Before NLP I built my own profiles, but still spent an awful amount of time trying to fine adjust everything and I still often did not get a great result.

Back to Lomo 800 - really a good film. And was a great deal until recently. Such a bummer that they raised the price from $15/3 rolls to $20. But still worth it.
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Yep, much nicer to my tastes than Portra 800 and still cheaper by about 30% here after the increase.

I bought some Lomo 400 to try today. I've gone off Portra 400 too...
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As of 9/27, Lomo 800 is available for pre-order at B&H in both formats.

$19.90USD for 3 pack 36 exposure 135
$19.90USD for 3 pack 120 roll

According to the email I received from B&H:
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This item is now available as a Special Order . Estimate arrival at B&H is 6-10 weeks (subject to availability).
Your order will be charged at time of shipment.
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