Updated: Mar 10
This new #sonyfilmsimulation will just blow your mind!
Atleast that's how I felt after testing it.
It's amazing what enough hours of sleep and being in the zone inspiration wise can do with your productivity!
Some of these profiles took me literally months to create and some of them just a couple hours in a very inspired afternoon, and the CineChrome is one of the second kind.
As a base rule, the more I create the easier is to create new profiles, and that can be seen in comparison with the first 8 Film simulations which took me about a year to create, and now after just under 2 years we have a total of 26 Sony film simulations.
That is a whooping 18 film simulations in under a year, and that is not the end, I have some Black n White Film Simulations coming for you Monochrome Lovers. I have not forgot about you!
That's why after creating this profile in an inspired afternoon, I was absolutely blown out with what I've managed to create in a couple of hours, arguably the best, but definitely one of my top picture profile so far.
With a super High Dynamic range, having soft gradual transitions between highlight and shadows, low noise ratio, and absolutely gorgeous eye catching film colors, what more can you ask from a profile?
Based on a complementary Teal and Orange Chromacity, with beautiful 'Cyan-ish' Greens and Deep Blue tones, this profiles definitely lifts a lot of weight of your color grading skills!
Seriously, it looks like it's already been graded, all that is being left to be done, is to adjust the contrast, maybe also shifting the hue towards green to give more of a film mood, but that can also be done in camera. So couldn't be easier than this!
It all sounds to good to be true, so here are some sample JPEGs straight out of the camera:
On my trip to Bucharest i wanted to present 5 Film simulation while doing some street photography, but after starting using the CineChrome Film simulation, it was really hard to make the switch to anything else.
All that because it's such a lovely film simulation with amazing tones and colors, and that is coming from a Sony camera, don't forget that. Who said Sony colors sucks? Maybe we need a better understanding of the menu and what our cameras are capable of.
Would you further edit these shots or do you think they look great
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