mauro_franic Posted February 27, 2011 Share Posted February 27, 2011 <p>A COMPETITION !!!!!!!!!!</p><p>As we all know film and digital are very different when it comes to color.</p><p>First, film (or scanners) do not interpolate color and this translates into higher color resolution which provides a less smoothened (infamously "plasticy") rendition.</p><p>Additionally, and most importantly, different films give photographers a characteristic and predictable look, an array of ammunition with different color responses to individual wavelengths. This cannot be reproduced with digital cameras (as of today) since the response of a single sensor to different wavelengths cannot be changed. </p><p>Consequently, it is impossible to reproduce the look of a particular film (e.g. Velvia) starting with a digital capture unless that particular film is used alongside the digital camera to match the colors later in PS.</p><p> </p> Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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