- Dec 21, 2018
These look great, wondering if there's any way to get similar results out of camera with my GX80?
Hi, the JPEG, and the JPEG Preview in the ORF will both be affected.Just received the Pen-F, don't fully grasp the C-presets. Love the look of these, but have a question. Does the camera keep an unmodified raw file and then apply the adjustments to a JPG version? Or do the adjustments affect the raw that's captured as well?
Hello DrdulIs there a way to achieve the Kodachrome 25 look that @GarethB posted above without adjusting the contrast and white balance? I would think that I could add more contrast in the tone curve by increasing the highlights and decreasing the shadows, avoiding the need to set the contrast at +2. Can I also adjust the 12 colours on the dial to achieve the same effect as the WB shift?
I have used up the four custom settings on the mode dial so I can't save the contrast and WB settings as a separate custom setting, and I don't want to have those settings apply to all my photos regardless of the colour profile setting.
I do have some other film types I had experimented with in the past I could post up, I'll just need to find the spreadsheet document I saved. One of my favourites was a Fuji Acros style, a bit nicer than the standard Mono 2 in my opinion as it was less "harsh" and a little more filmy feeling to me.
Anyway, thanks again for trying my settings and I'm really happy you are enjoying using them!
Hello Rob, GarrethI'm so happy you saw the video! I got so much great feedback on it and all the credit goes to you. Lots of people were asking for more simulations. I tried doing some myself but failed. I'd be happy to share any other experiments you have on my channel if you don't mind. Thanks again!
Thanks. I'm learning a lot from posts like this and will check out your blog.Hello Rob, Garreth
Rob I have your channel up in my favorites, love your videos and its great to see somebody doing interesting practical videos on Olympus. Love your work on WS
I've personally been quite taken with the Fuji Classic Chrome look after looking at their X100 series cameras, and I know the Kodachrome style is quite sort after by plenty of people.
Due to the fact I can't just buy an X100F right now to get that look and already have a Pen-F with some tweakable options I've been trying to experiment with colour matching a base Pen-F RAW file to a Koda/Classic Chrome look within Photoshop (along with some eyeballing). After my adjustments I transposed that as best I can to the limited options we have available for adjustments in-body on a Pen-F camera.
I thought people might be interested in giving it a try and seeing what they thought. Bear in mind I'm not any kind of kodachrome or colour matching expert, just a hobbyist photographer experimenting.
Here is what I have come to so far:
Shadows = -5
Mid-tone = -2 (possibly -1 is better)
Blue: -3 (-2 maybe)
Cyan: - 2
Mint Green: -1
(White Balance Offset)
A = 0
G = +1
There is a good chance these are way off, but if anybody wants to try it please let me know your thoughts and if you have any suggestions for tweaks.