VSCO old film filters

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DebbiSmirnoff
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Posted Wed Jun 5, 2013 10:21AM

Does anyone use these? If yes, do you like them? I tied film pack 1 and they have so much film grain that I dont think istock would accept it. Not sure if its useful here


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andieymi
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Posted Wed Jun 5, 2013 12:10PM
If you mean the LR Plugin (don't know if there are plugins for anything else) - you can turn off the grain in LR.
DebbiSmirnoff
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Posted Wed Jun 5, 2013 1:01PM

Camera raw.... Didn't know I coukd turn grain off.


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blackwaterimages
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Posted Wed Jun 5, 2013 9:29PM
I use the filters, but isn't the point to emulate the look and grain of film images?  I know that doesn't make it ideal for iStock, but otherwise, why use the filters?
forestpathCLOSED
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Posted Thu Jun 6, 2013 3:01PM
Just go under the tab FX in camera raw, and reduce the noise grain to zero. Once you've selected your vsco "look", you can easily tweak it with the regular RAW or Lightroom controls. You don't have to take all or nothing. Hope this helps.
Thomas_EyeDesign
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Posted Fri Jun 7, 2013 4:22PM
In the tool kit for Film Pack One you'll find the perset to remove the grain effect.
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Posted Fri Jun 7, 2013 4:30PM
Posted By blackwaterimages:
I use the filters, but isn't the point to emulate the look and grain of film images?  I know that doesn't make it ideal for iStock, but otherwise, why use the filters?

The heavy grain is added to the high ISO Films like Fuji 800Z or Kodak portra 800. The number at the end of the Film name is the ISO rating for the Film. Stick to the 160 Films these add almost no grain.
DebbiSmirnoff
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Posted Fri Jun 7, 2013 8:20PM

Yes, you are right Thomas. I did want the actual grain and film effect...until I found istock won't take them. I do use it for other work.


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blackwaterimages
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Posted Sat Jun 8, 2013 7:01PM
Posted By Thomas_EyeDesign:

Posted By blackwaterimages:
I use the filters, but isn't the point to emulate the look and grain of film images?  I know that doesn't make it ideal for iStock, but otherwise, why use the filters?


The heavy grain is added to the high ISO Films like Fuji 800Z or Kodak portra 800. The number at the end of the Film name is the ISO rating for the Film. Stick to the 160 Films these add almost no grain.

Why are you addressing this to me? I understand perfectly how the filters work, use them daily and am not having any issues.... 
Thomas_EyeDesign
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Posted Sun Jun 9, 2013 8:32AM
Posted By blackwaterimages:

Posted By Thomas_EyeDesign:


Posted By blackwaterimages:
I use the filters, but isn't the point to emulate the look and grain of film images?  I know that doesn't make it ideal for iStock, but otherwise, why use the filters?



The heavy grain is added to the high ISO Films like Fuji 800Z or Kodak portra 800. The number at the end of the Film name is the ISO rating for the Film. Stick to the 160 Films these add almost no grain.


Why are you addressing this to me? I understand perfectly how the filters work, use them daily and am not having any issues.... 

Nope addressing the group!
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