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25 FujiFilm 5050 Aurora HDR Looks • by FotoSogno

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Superb NEW Aurora HDR FujiFilm 5050 film looks for expressing subtle nuances and classic colors.

— FotoSogno

Description

Professional photographers know how valuable the Fujifilm simulations are. Back in the days of film, you would pick a film stock based on its character, how well it captured the feel of what you were photographing, and your style. This was the baseline, then you could tweak it in the darkroom. Is digital really that different? – In today’s digital age most photographers shoot a flat RAW file and then sit in front of their computer. Some for hours. Why can’t we just do the styling part using the receipts of the best film production company? That’s what Fujifilm’s film simulations are for. Our FujiFilm 5050 Aurora HDR film presets look and react very similarly to the official Fujifilm’s film simulations.

Before ->-> After  • RAW image with SUPERIA Hi. look applied… created in just one click!

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From PixaFOTO Marketplace  |  FotoSogno  |  FujiFilm 5050 Film Collection

Do you treat your landscapes with bold colors and contrast? – Choose the VELVIA. Do you want medium contrast for depth with subtle coloring? – The CLASSIC presets will suit you well. The superb SUPERIA presets mean to replicate Superia, a popular film stock released in the late 90’s by Fuji.

Before ->-> After  • RAW image with ASTIA Soft F look applied… created in just one click!

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From PixaFOTO Marketplace  |  FotoSogno  |  FujiFilm 5050 Film Collection

The NOSTALGIC film simulations are based on “American New Color” photography of the 1970’s. If you like blues…blues….we love the way how soft ASTIA looks handle blues. You really can’t go wrong with the PROVIA – no wild contrast, color grading, or saturation shifts – these are the perfect film filters.

Before ->-> After  • RAW image with NOSTALGIC Neg look applied… created in just one click!

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From PixaFOTO Marketplace  |  FotoSogno  |  FujiFilm 5050 Film Collection

You’ll get a lot of texture in the highlights and retain details in the shadows with the ACROS presets. The ETERNA looks are great simulations to use when the photo is all about “story” rather than the tones and colors. The beloved MONOCHROME and SEPIA Fujifilm simulations offer great options for documentary & street photography.

Before ->-> After  • RAW image with VELVIA Vivid N look applied… created in just one click!

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From PixaFOTO Marketplace  |  FotoSogno  |  FujiFilm 5050 Film Collection

The PRO Neg filters are suitable well for expressing subtle nuances within vivid colors, even for objects with considerable contrast, when wishing to convey delicate textures. The URBAN Vintage preset has a classic analog aesthetic, it’s based on the Classic Chrome film simulation, and it pairs especially well with urban scenes.


What is so special about our FujiFilm Aurora HDR Looks?


Before ->-> After  • RAW image with ETERNA Cinema look applied… created in just one click!

Aurora HDR Looks - Fujifilm 5050 Set | VIDEO

From PixaFOTO Marketplace  |  Media | Quick Video Presentation “FujiFilm 5050 Film Aurora HDR Looks”

These new 25 FujiFilm 5050 Film Aurora HDR Looks will bring out amazing color and tone in your photos without compromising quality. You will certainly not find a comparable Aurora HDR look package that offers better presets for all your nature and landscape photos!

Fijifilm SUPERIA Hi.

Fijifilm SUPERIA Std.

Fujifilm ACROS

Fujifilm ASTIA Soft F

Fujifilm ASTIA Soft N

Fujifilm ASTIA Soft Y

Fujifilm CLASSIC Chr.

Fujifilm CLASSIC Neg.

Fujifilm CLASSIC Std.

Fujifilm ETERNA Bleach

Fujifilm ETERNA Cinema

Fujifilm ETERNA Std.

Fujifilm MONOCHROME

Fujifilm NOSTALGIC Film

Fujifilm NOSTALGIC Neg

Fujifilm PRO Neg Hi.

Fujifilm PRO Neg Std.

Fujifilm PROVIA Std. C

Fujifilm PROVIA Std. N

Fujifilm PROVIA Std. W

Fujifilm SEPIA

Fujifilm URBAN Vintage

Fujifilm VELVIA Vivid C

Fujifilm VELVIA Vivid N

Fujifilm VELVIA Vivid W


These Aurora presets are designed to work with Skylum Aurora HDR software RAW and JPEG images.  While you can still get amazing images from JPGs, using RAW files provides much more information for the Aurora HDR program to work with.

If some presets are too strong for your image, you can change their opacity and find the look that fits your photo best.



Awesome NATURE Aurora HDR looks • Reviews


“Taking inspiration from 70s film and desert sunsets, this set pushes the blush and golden classic tones while dialing back the contrast… “

by photographer Maria Williams

 

“Best for nature, landscapes, cityscapes… This collection delivers rich tones, ranging temperature and all-around Fuji analog vibes.”

by photographer Steve Miller

Premium presets from PixaFOTO.com



Aurora HDR looks • QuickTips


Looking for more Aurora HDR presets?  Here you can find some quick tips to get started with Aurora presets and see them all:  All presets for Aurora HDR, and more!!!! …

Want to find out more about Skylum Aurora HDR editing software for Mac and Windows?  Click here!

The pack of presets also comes with a guide to help you, so be sure to read the HELP file after you download it.  All our FREE and PREMIUM products are of the highest quality, offering the greatest possible support from Rare Collections.  Download & Enjoy!

Want to see the simplest way of installing Aurora HDR presets?  Click here!

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