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01-17-2019, 06:04 PM   #16
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FWIW when I used Kodachrome 64 film many were dismissive;
to them only Kodachrome 25 was acceptable.


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QuoteOriginally posted by ChrisPlatt Quote
FWIW when I used Kodachrome 64 film many were dismissive;
to them only Kodachrome 25 was acceptable.

A different age.
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With respect to the OP and time for PP. If you can find one setting or create a setting that gets the colors close to what you are looking for, then the PP issue wouldn't really be there if you just generically apply the preset to every image as you ingest the RAW files. PP only gets time consuming if you try to make adjustments off of a base-line.

The danger, I suppose, is potentially being distracted and trying to make adjustments. But, if you are happy enough with a preset, you could batch export jpgs after using the preset to get what you are looking for with the advantage of the software you are starting from behind you for the odd-ball shot that needs more work. This would work in any software that can get you to a Kodachrome 64 look you are happy with.

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