Anyone heard of a PS plug-in "55mm?"

Discussion in 'General Technical Discussion' started by JerseyJay, May 2, 2005.

  1. PMed you Rich
     
  2. http://www.digitalfilmtools.com/55mm/

    55mm is the definitive set of digital optical filters meant to simulate popular glass camera filters, specialized lenses, optical lab processes, film grain, matte generation, exacting color correction as well as natural light and photographic effects--all in a controlled digital environment with either 8 or 16 bits per channel processing.

    The set of plug-ins includes:

    Black Mist
    Black & White
    Bleach Bypass
    Center Spot
    Color Correct
    Color Compensating
    Color Conversion
    Color Grad
    Color Temperature
    Cross Processing
    Day for Night
    Defocus
    Defog
    Diffusion
    Dual Tint
    Enhancing
    Fast Blur
    Faux Film
    Fluorescent
    Fog
    F-Stop
    GamColor Gels
    Gels
    Glow
    Gold Reflector
    Grain
    Halo
    Infra-Red
    Lens Distortion
    Light!
    Light Balancing
    Low Contrast
    Mist
    Mono Tint
    ND Grad
    Night Vision
    Overexpose
    Ozone
    Photo Filters
    Polarizer
    Printer Points
    Rosco Gels
    Selection
    Selective Color Correct
    Selective Saturation
    Selective Soft Focus
    Skin Smoother
    Silver Reflector
    Soft Effects
    Star
    Streaks
    Sunset/Twilight
    Temperature
    Tint
    Ultra Contrast
    Vignette
    Warm/Cool
    Warm Mist
     
  3. PJohnP

    PJohnP

    Feb 5, 2005
    Rich :


    Looking at the latest issue of PC Magazine, too, eh ? I'll admit to having my interest piqued by that write-up.


    John P.
     
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