I love this marketing.
Taking another look at the vintage camera effects in this package. This is one of the wetplate options.
And this is the same image, given a grainy lith effect. I’m very fond of lith effects. I used to have a complicated Photoshop action that did a similar effect, but this is easier and is (like all the effects) fully adjustable via a Lightroom style sidebar that offers all kinds of tonal, vignette, grain, contrast and exposure adjustments, to name but a few.
This is the B/W Panatomic X filter, pushed one stop. Loving it!
I’ve been looking at the vintage effects on Exposure 6, which are many, and – like all the effects – are editable via a Lightroom style drop down menu. The original Brighton seagull is back in the archives somewhere.
This is a calotype with a white vignette.
In the tonalities menu there are some interesting exposure variations. This one (‘overexposed more’) produces a high key variation that I really like.