I’ve made a list of all my film simulation recipes that use a white balance with a specific Kelvin temperature. Previously I organized them by dynamic range setting, so that they could be seen in a different arrangement. Now I’m doing it by white balance. The film simulation recipes below all use a kelvin white balance. Just in case it’s helpful, I’ve also included the required white balance shift.
Kodacolor (-1R, -4B)
Eterna Low-Contrast (-3R, +3B)
Elite Chrome 200 (+4R, -8B)
Urban Vintage Chrome (-1R, -3B)
Fujicolor 100 Industrial (+8R, -8B)
Redscle (+9R, 0B)
Cinestill 800T (no shift)
“Classic Negative” (-2R, +7B)
Film Simulation Recipes That Use Auto White Balance
Film Simulation Recipes That Use Other White Balances
I’m still waiting for an opportunity to use the CineStill recipe.
It’s pretty good for night pictures, in my opinion.
Agree. But the local towns around here don’t look much different at night than during the day, except they have even less people walking around. Everything closes ny 9PM. I’ll have to wait for a night time opportunity in New York City or Philadelpha.
Oh, I can understand that. Sometimes it’s better to wait to get the shots you want.