I first saw them on the E-30 I think and didn't see the point. I'm
becoming a bit of a convert. However, as I normally shoot RAW+Large
Fine (slow but safe), I usually end up using the presets in Lightroom
instead. For instance, I can select a 'Cross Process' effect in LR,
it's instantaneous and I prefer it to the Oly JPEG. Not only that, I
can tweak it to my taste and save it as a personal, custom preset. I'm
particular fond of the 'Cold Tone' preset and have I think three
versions of it.
However, the pinhole effect does create a nice dark effect with a full
On 08/03/2010, at 10:08 AM, manuel viet wrote:
> I wanted to see if those filters were just toys or if they had
> something more.
> Well, I reluctantly admit they're quite good, and it's not worth the
> pain to
> try to duplicate them just to get a bit of control. Downside,
> they're slow as
> molass, but hey, you're looking at photoshop applying a plugin on a
> picture on a 486 ! It's not making it go any faster, but by the
> time you
> realize it, the result should be written down...
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