- Let's work with the same image here,…but in this case, we're going to go extremely traditional.…The three strip and two strip process…actually goes all the way back to the days of Technicolor.…Perhaps you remember this from…some of the early films in Hollywood.…A two strip process took a black and white image,…and then used a red and green pass to simulate color.…This was later refined with the three strip process…for red, green, and blue.…Let's see how it works.…I'm going to take this image and send it over to Edit.…Remember, any adjustments you make here…inside of Lightroom will be applied.…
So you can refine that image as you see fit.…Then choose Photo,…Edit In, and choose DFX.…I'll take the Lightroom copy and send that over.…Let's go back to the default layout,…and in the film lab here, you'll see…the three strip and the two strip method.…Remember, the two strip method tends…to use just reds and greens.…While this may seem a bit strange to you,…this was the early method for creating color photography.…
Notice how it has an impact on the bluish sky,…
- Running Tiffen Dfx as a video or photo plugin
- Choosing a category and a filter
- Working with filter presets
- Limiting filters with masks
- Masking for precision
- Processing film with Film Lab filters
- Using the HFX Diffusion filters
- Correcting color and lens issues
- Refining light
- Using special effects
Skill Level Intermediate
1. An Overview of Tiffen Dfx
2. The Dfx Workflow
3. Masking for Precision
4. Film Lab Essentials
5. HFX Diffusion Essentials
6. HFX Gradients and Tints
7. Modifying the Image
8. Correcting Lens Issues and Adding Effects
9. Refining Light
10. Using Special Effects
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