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C1 Express, Acros G profile

Discussion in 'B&W' started by bobjar, Nov 7, 2018.

  1. bobjar

    bobjar Premium Member

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    ...I found somewhere. Really enjoying C1 Express

    X-H1, Voigtländer 40mm, ~f/5.6, 1/500sec, ISO 200, 0.0 ev

    Thanks for looking, and thanks to my patient wife.

    Bob

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    TBH I find the tones a bit muddy grey.
     
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    Thanks for your feedback,

    Better?

    Bob

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    I get the impression that ACROS is cruel to anyone over 18 years old who doesn't have flawless complexion ... maybe that's just me...
     
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    That has much more life.
     
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    May be so - then I didn't do anything to mitigate complexion either...one of my personal dislikes is portraits in the style of "Barby". The "R" version lightens/smooths complexion considerably.

    All that said, I cannot vouch for the preset as a true representation of what PhaseOne might eventually provide and accuracy vis-a-vis the Fuji preset.

    Thanks for the observation.

    Bob
     

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