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how to do artfilters in Lumix g cameras

Discussion in 'Panasonic Cameras' started by YouDidntDidYou, Mar 9, 2012.

  1. YouDidntDidYou

    YouDidntDidYou Mu-43 Regular

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    Feb 18, 2012
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    1. grainy black and white ISO3200+ noise reduction off or -2, sharpen off or -2 , contrast +2 in dynamic black and white film mode, lower exposure compensation to taste.

    result:
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    2. custom white balance against primary blue (glossy object better) instead of a white or grey object, use nostalgic film mode

    result:
    [img]http://youdidntdidyou.com/forum-images/misc0903 001.jpg" />

    3. custom white balance against primary green (glossy object better) instead of a white or grey object, use nostalgic film mode

    result:
    [img]http://youdidntdidyou.com/forum-images/misc0903 003.jpg" />

    4. custom white balance against primary yellow (glossy object better) instead of a white or grey object, use nostalgic film mode

    result:
    [img]http://youdidntdidyou.com/forum-images/misc0903 004.jpg" />

    5. custom white balance against primary red (glossy object better) instead of a white or grey object, use nostalgic film mode

    result:
    [img]http://youdidntdidyou.com/forum-images/misc0903 002.jpg" />

    6. for pop art increase the saturation in the mycolor mode

    7. for miniature/diorama effect increase saturation in my film mode, use very fast glass shoot from a 30% angle at subjects/composition with lots of primary colours on a sunny day

    example here
    [url=http://www.flickr.com/photos/youdidntdidyou/4473461531/]model toy town look wedding photo | Flickr - Photo Sharing![/url]


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