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  • Välj önskade exponeringsinställningar i kameran och lås dem (ISO, slutartid, bländare).Lås vitbalansen till ett fast värde i kameran (inte A/Auto), skapa gärna en förinställd vitbalansinställning med hjälp av det inkluderade vitbalanskortet.Ta en inledande bild av ditt motiv där du har Color Checker Passport tydligt avbildad i bilden under samma belysningsförhållanden som huvudmotivet.Ta sedan din bildserie som vanligt utan att ändra kamerainställningar eller belysning i bilden.Vid efterbehandlingen skapar du utifrån din första bild, där Color Checker Passport finns med, en kalibreringsprofil som du sedan kan föra över till alla bilder i bildserien.

Getting Perfect Color in Any Light with the ColorChecker Passport Photo 2


Snabbtest så inte bästa resultatet xD Skulle bara kolla hur man meckar ihop det hela. Kräver lite finslip….
Resultatet inte heller så värst oljemålning. Lite blandning av ditt & datt.

This effect is created with the help of Smart Objects. In order to edit the file, you need to place your graphics in Smart Layers from the “Edit Content” folder (marked with green). You can switch the “color1-3” folders for applying different versions of the effect.

En annan variant:

In 2009, Kodak announced that production of it’s Kodachrome film (a color slide film develped with the now defunct K-14 process) would cease. Famed photographer Steve McCurry, who often used Kodachrome film in much of his work, asked Kodak to give him the last roll of film off the production line and Kodak kindly agreed.
A video crew from National Geographic followed McCurry around the world on his quest to photograph with the last roll of Kodachrome film and recently released the following documentary (the final roll was actually developed in 2010). The video not only chronicles how McCurry used the last roll of film, but also provides some great advice from a professional photographer.


A photographer focused on urban streets and cityscapes.

“Recently I’ve really been asking myself one question over and over; why is it that I like the photos that I like? Both in the cases of looking at other people’s work or in my own stuff. After some thought, I’ve come up with the 3 main ingredients that make a street photo good, at least in my opinion. It may be a weird way to put it but bear with me; I have a theory that if one were to craft an algorithm that judges photos, they would like be using some combination of these 3 elements. The 3 ingredients are: Aesthetics, Story and Feeling.”
-Teemu Jarvinen-

Testpics. 16:9 + LUTs



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