Exposure 5 film stock

This is a list of all film stocks included in Exposure 5. Many of these have several modified versions of the film stock. Modified versions include blur, textures, contrast differences, faded looks, etc. They may be found in different groups, depending on the modification. 

In total, there are 467 different presets based on the below film stock and modified versions

 

Color Films 

Black & White films

 

Color Fading

  • Agfacolor Neu
  • Ektachrome
  • Kodachrome
  • Kodacolor (1942-1953)

 

Polaroid

  • 600
  • 699
  • Fuji FP-100C
  • Polachrome
  • SX-70 Blend Film
  • Time-Zero

 

Print

  • Fuji Pro 160C and S
  • Fuji Pro 400H
  • Fuji Reala
  • Kodak Portra 160NC, VC
  • Kodak Portra 400NC, VC
  • Kodak Ultra Color 100UC

 

Slide

  • Agfa RSX II 100
  • Agfachrome 1000RS
  • Fuji Astia 100F
  • Fuji Provia 100F
  • Fuji Provia 400F
  • Fuji Velvia 50
  • Fuji Velvia 100, F
  • GAF 500
  • Kodak Ektachrome 100G, GX, VS
  • Kodak Ektachrome EES
  • Kodak Ektachrome Mid-1970's
  • Kodak Kodachrome 25
  • Kodak Kodachrome 64
  • Kodak Kodachrome 200

 

Vintage

  • Autochrome
  • Kodachrome 35mm (1936-1963)
  • Kodachrome II (1962-1974)

 

Infrared

  • Kodak Ektachrome EIR

 

Lo-Fi

  • Fuji NPS 160 (expired)
  • Kodak 200 Gold
  • Kodak Ektar 100

 

Lo-Fi (Cross Processed)

  • Agfa CT Precisa 100
  • Fuji Sensia 100

B&W Films

  • Agfa APX 100
  • Agfa APX 25
  • Agfa Scala 200
  • Fuji Neopan 100 Acros
  • Fuji Neopan 1600
  • Ilford Delta 100
  • Ilford Delta 3200
  • Ilford HP5 Plus 400
  • Kodak Pantomic-X
  • Kodak PLUS-X 125
  • Kodak T-Max 100
  • Kodak T-Max P3200
  • Kodak Technical Pan
  • Kodak TRI-X 400
  • Kodalith

 

Polapan

  • Various different styles
  • no grain, Cyan, Blue, etc

 

Polaroid 55

  • various different styles
  • Aged, Blue, scratched, etc

 

Vintage 

  • Calotype
  • Cyanotype
  • Daguerreotype
  • Lith
  • Wet Plate

 

Infrared

  • Kodak HIE
  • Konica 750

 

Lo-Fi

  • Agfa APX 400

 

 Other Effects

  • Kodachrome, every variation from 1936 to the present day
  • Technicolor
  • Infrared
  • Color toning for B&W photos, many variations including split toning
  • Blur caused by plastic lenses
  • “Glamour Shots” soft focus
  • Vignette, wide range of shapes
  • Dust & Scratches
  • Light effects, including light leaks, and sun flares
  • Various types of borders
  • Cross processing, many variations
  • Wide range of Lo-Fi presets to simulate cheap plastic cameras
  • Wide range of fading and aging effects
  • Bleach Bypass
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