The fourth iteration of one of my favorite film looks changes practically everything from my previous iterations. This is even more closely based on the original’s colors.
The style is clearly less contrasty than my previous attempts. And like with the original film, the colors and contrast suit best for portrait photos. I see that the red colors got tamed a lot with this iteration and the whites don’t have the creamy look I used in earlier versions.
So, this is my interpretation of the look of this particular film. Hope it will find use as is or used as a base for someone’s own tunings.
I think this is possibly my last update of this film’s look. I probably end up buying the TAP version of it (TAP = The Archetype Process) as I know their versions are tuned very carefully at which level I cannot reach with my studies. But however close this is to the original, or not, I would say this colorscape is still beautiful.
|Colorscape or what I tried to emulate||Fujifilm 160NS color negative film|
|Author’s notes||One of my favorite film looks, hopefully now closer to the original.|
|Best used for (genre of photography)||Lifestyle and portraits.|