Digital cameras may replace color film but it can never get rid of B&W

Discussion in '35mm Cameras' started by Uncle Fester, Nov 17, 2003.

  1. Uncle Fester

    Uncle Fester Guest

     
    Uncle Fester, Nov 17, 2003
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  2. Why not? You can buy a photoshop plugin that simulates the effect of
    a color filter on monchomatic film from a color digital picture.

    Like it in black and white? Just a few clicks away. Missed that red filter?
    Use the plugin. Oops, a green one would have been better, Undo and the
    plugin again.

    I've never had the time, but I've always wanted to write a "film" plugin
    for the GIMP. Use it to adjust the transformation of a black and white
    picture from a color one. according the color and intensity response of
    a particular film. For me the biggies would be TRI-X, KB14, T-MAX 100.

    Geoff.
     
    Geoffrey S. Mendelson, Nov 17, 2003
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    Tony Spadaro Guest

    Besides --- colour film has replaced black and white already. Less than 5
    percent of the market uses slides or black and white film - I don't know an
    exact breakdown but I suspect B/W couldn't be more than 2.5 % of the total
    film market.
     
    Tony Spadaro, Nov 18, 2003
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    deathwalker Guest

    erm i do b+w i simply select desaturate. Then fiddle with the contrast a
    bit. hey presto. b+w prints from colour slide.
     
    deathwalker, Nov 18, 2003
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