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Channel Mixer settings to imitate film reproductio

Discussion in 'Through-the-Lens Club' started by MrsKitty, Jan 20, 2009.

  1. MrsKitty

    MrsKitty

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    I just posted this somewhere else for somebody. I can't remember if I ever posted it here or not.




    Channel Mixer settings to imitate film reproduction


    Here's a selection of settings to apply in Channel mixer to give colour response using different B&W films

    Please note for newcomers using Channel Mixer the
    first number =Red channel
    Second number = Green channel
    third number = Blue channel


    Here's a selection of C/M settings to imitate film

    Agfa 200X: 18,41,41
    Agfapan 25: 25,39,36
    Agfapan 100: 21,40,39
    Agfapan 400: 20,41,39

    Ilford Delta 100: 21,42,37
    Ilford Delta 400: 22,42,36
    Ilford Delta 400 Pro: 31,36,33
    & 3200

    Ilford FP4: 28,41,31
    Ilford HP5: 23,37,40
    Ilford Pan F: 33,36,31
    Ilford SFX: 36,31,33
    Ilford XP2 Super: 21,42,37

    Kodak Tmax 100: 24,37,39
    Kodak Tmax 400: 27,36,37
    Kodak Tri-X: 25,35,40

    And these basic ones:

    Normal Contrast: 43,33,30
    High Contrast: 40,34,60
     
  2. hwyhobo

    hwyhobo

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    Cool stuff. You may also experiment with "Image/Calculations" for another interesting B&W conversion method.
     


  3. mhambi

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    Man, that's some lucky someone. Somewhere. Good stuff there MK! :wavey: