Retro vibe, huge grain and very specific color imbalance. All these are the characteristics of Adox Color Implosion film. And trust us, you can achieve very similar analog spirit with Dehancer plugin (even if it’s shot on iPhone).
Watch this experiment by Pavel Kosenko to find out how, and get inspired to unleash your creativity.
Dehancer plugin with over 55 unique film profiles including the Adox Color Implosion profile:
In this video we’ll talk about the film halation effect and explain what it is and why it’s so important to use when imitating a film image.
At the end of the video, we will demonstrate how this can be done using Dehancer plugin, but we believe that information about its nature will be useful to every photographer or videographer, not just for those interested in film emulation, for a couple of reasons:
•Halation is much more complex and doesn’t only appear around the light sources. •Halation can make skin tones more attractive and natural.
Keep watching to learn everything about the halation effect from A to Z, and how it works in Dehancer.
As you know, Dehancer was created based on the analog photography principles and we invest a lot of time and effort into the research and development, so that all our features and tools are as authentic as possible. Grain is one of these tools that required a profound understanding of how film works.
Film grain imitation usually comes down to one of these approaches:
Scanned grain overlay;
.In this video we’ll take a look at each one of them and explain why Dehancer plugin allows to achieve more authentic results. Enjoy!
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