The Multi Film preset for Color Efex is mainly aimed at getting an effect of old film with quite a bit of grain. In addition, the color had to fade a bit and it had to be able to create different atmospheres. I think that was successful. Only what people sometimes find confusing is that there are five filters in it that can influence the color. Below I explain why. I only deal with the filters with color settings, Vignette and Glamor Glow speak for themselves. We start with the Infrared Film setting.
The Infrared setting contains settings in color and black and white. Infrared can give a positive or negative image just like in film. In fact, the only institution that you should experiment with is the Method setting. Here you choose between a number of color and black and white effects. Note that the effects are mixed with the basic photo, so with black and white you do not get a black and white photo but a mixed photo of color and black and white. The entire preset is set so that the three separate filters have the same effect on the photo.
Old Photo gives you a number of effects, as the name suggests, to give a photo an old look. Grain is already set, but you can of course adjust it to your own taste. The setting with the most impact is the style here. This simulates a number of old films in terms of toning and the setting in combination with the previously set Infrared gives a dramatic effect.
Cross Processing Simulates this old technique with chemicals and adds an extra tint to the photo. here too the Method you choose determines the outcome. With all the aforementioned changes, you see the result of a certain change on the screen before you adjust it while changing.
Below you can see everything again in a nutshell in a movie.
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