Be the first to review this item and earn 25 Rakuten Super Points™
Rediscover the magic of film in digital photography DxO FilmPack gives digital images the style of the most celebrated conventional films: the colors and the grain! of over 20 film types including Kodachrome,Tri-X, Velvia have been analysed and reproduced so they can be applied to all your images with just one click. DxO FilmPack digitally simulates the vibrant colors of Kodachrome 64, the soft grain of Tri-X, or the gentle fleshtones of Astia. DxO FilmPack also offers access to "tonings" to transform any digital image intoan elegant toned print with ochre, bluish, or verdigris tints What's new in DxO FilmPack version 1.1 With the arrival of version 1.1, DxO FilmPack evolves in two major areas: - From a functional point of view, DxO FilmPack now incorporates five additional color modes equivalent to monochrome tonings, realistically reproducing this well-known conventional photography effect. This toning effect (called gold, selenium, gold sepia, terra sepia, and ferric sulfate) offers color renditions from a cold, bluish tint to a rich yellow ochre, via verdigris, brown, etc Can be used as an external plug-in for Adobe Photoshop (versions CS2, CS3, Elements 4 & 5) or as a stand-alone application Here's a list of the film looks available in DxO FilmPack : @@ Fuji Astia 100F @@ Fuji Velvia 50 @@ Fuji Provia 100F @@ Kodak Kodachrome 25 @@ Kodak Kodachrome 64 @@ Kodak Kodachrome 200 @@ Kodak Ektachrome 100VS @@ Kodak Tri-X-400 @@ Kodak T-Max 3200 @@ Kodak BW 400CN @@ Fuji Neopan Acros 100 @@ Ilford XP2 @@ Ilford Pan F Plus 50 @@ Ilford HP5 Plus 400 @@ Ilford Delta 400 @@ Ilford HPS 800 @@ Fujicolor Superia X-tra 800 @@ Fujicolor Superia Reala 100 @@ Fujicolor Superia HG 1600 @@ Kodak Portra 160NC @@ Kodak Portra 160VC @@ Kodak Elite 100 + C41 @@ Fujicolor Superia 200 + E6 @@ Sepia Toning @@ Terra Sepia @@ Gold Sepia @@ Gold @@ Ferric Sulfate @@ Selesnium
A similar process was used to deal with grain: each type of grain is defined by deriving a "grain matrix" directly from the reference film, which is the appliedto the digital images. So it's a lot more than just simple, empirical modeling of the grain.
And it lets you experiment by combining the color rendering of one film with thegrain of another!
DxO FilmPack lets you apply the colorimetric characteristics and grain of a traditional silver-based film to any digital image, wherever it originates from.
Even using JPEG images, the fidelity of these "looks" is very good, but it's even better working from Raw images: knowing the body used (information available in the EXIF header file), DxO FilmPack can calibrate the original image precisely.
In this way, DxO FilmPack offers you the chance to match digital images into a collection of earlier, traditional film images for better visual coherency.
Just like the image correction performed in DxO Optics Pro v4.1 on the basis of individual defect calibration for each body/lens combination, the color rendering profiles for each film have been obtained by calibration of each type of material. This analysis has made it possible to model the colorimetric response of each film