color or black and white?

bremner Jun 8, 2020

  1. bremner

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    I found a camera app called Ektacam and it has a ton of film type options, this was Kodachrome 25
     
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    John I tweaked it a little on my phone. added a Dramatic Warm filter & Viginette. IMG_5542.jpg
     
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    Another Kodachrome 25 attempt, this app is finicky like film, and barely adjustable, kinda like shooting with a Brownie...
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    If I want to have the model look like it was photographed in 1950, then a sepia look in B&W is a start, but it also needs some blurring and depth issues that we seem to be getting away from with focus stacking in modern times.

    For photos of models that I want to look realistic, color seems to do it the best, even if it is for a 1950s scene.
     

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