Gold 200 preset photographed by Marco Govel

Mastin Labs has launched a brand new assortment of presets for Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop that intention to emulate the look of three iconic Kodak movie shares.

Titled ‘Kodak On a regular basis,’ this new preset pack contains movie emulations for Kodak Ektar 100, Kodak Gold 200 and Kodak Tri-X 400 movie shares. In Mastin Labs’ phrases, this ‘pack has three distinct appears: brilliant and vivid, gold and luxurious, or wealthy black and white tones.’

Tri-X 400 preset photographed by Quinton Cawthon

Along with the bottom presets that come within the pack, Mastin Labs additionally contains firming profiles, customized white steadiness settings, and grain settings that replicate 35mm and medium format movie grain construction. ‘Our shade science recreates the micro-contrast of actual movie for a clear, three-dimensional look,’ says Mastin Labs on its product web page.

Ektar 100 preset photographed by Bisual Studio

Mastin Labs says the presets are color-calibrated for Canon, Nikon, Sony, and Fujifilm X-series cameras (aside from the X100). In the event you’re utilizing one other model digicam, Mastin Labs suggests utilizing the Canon preset, which provides you with comparable outcomes with solely a ‘slight discount in accuracy.’

The ‘Kodak On a regular basis’ preset pack is the fifth set Mastin Labs has put out up to now, together with its Ilford, Fujicolor, Fujicolor Pushed, Portra and Portra Pushed packs.

Gold 200 preset photographed by Santi Nunez

At $99, the ‘Kodak On a regular basis’ pack is equivalent in value to DxO FilmPack 5 Elite Version and a bit steeper than Visible Provide Firm preset packs, which run $59 a chunk.

The Kodak On a regular basis pack requires Adobe Lightroom 7.three or Adobe Digicam Uncooked 10.four or later and work with each MacOS and Home windows computer systems. RAW, NEF and RAF RAW recordsdata are all supported.

To seek out extra examples and to buy the ‘Kodak On a regular basis’ preset pack, head on over to Mastin Labs’ product web page.


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