An odd idea: what if you added a lot of grain?
And perhaps increased local contrast (i.e. pretend
that you used an Agfa Isopan Record instead of a
fine grain film)?
Claes in Lund, Sweden
I get your idea, but that’s not how I work. If I wanted a film-like look, I’d have used my analog camera. I am all about the set, the model and the mood. My photography ends in the camera, it doesn’t start with one.
I agree that I should have brought my analog kit, but Christiane and I wanted to work together for a long time and I had three days of business at the TU Dresden. Three days eat up a lot of space in your carry-on baggage and so I only brought my DSLR with the 24-70 and a 50 mm in the pocket of my jacket.
The above picture was shot with the 50 at ISO 2200 or 3200 (I’d have to look, but who cares?) and I corrected the light values and added the signature in dt, then sharpened her eyes and lips in Gimp. That’s it. No artificial flavors added.
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My photography ends in the camera, it doesn’t start with one.[/quote]
+1 for that novel idea!