The Color Film (Wedding) Look

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Using the Color Film (Wedding) look we will emulate a vintage color film look with the grain and all. To bring our photo to life a bit we will brighten up the exposure and mid-darker tones. We’ll also bring in some detail and contrast with our blacks slider. Finish with Film Grain, a little Bleach Bypass, and a Simple Warm LUT.

 

Ingredients 
Crop & Center
• Set Tone & Color
• Bump Exposure, Contrast, Mid-tones
• Keep Warm with Temperature Slider
• Add a Moderate Amount of Film Grain
• A Touch of Bleach Bypass
• Finish with a Simple Warm LUT

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2 comments on “The Color Film (Wedding) Look”

  1. On October 30, 2018 at 10:11 am David Neville wrote:

    Great tutorial. One question though, where do I find the film grain filter? I can’t find it anywhere in on1. Also, the download practice file and P.D.F doesn’t download.

    1. On November 2, 2018 at 1:10 pm David Rogers replied:

      David, the Film Grain filter is in Photo Raw 2019 which is in Beta right now. The files download just fine for me.

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