Digital photographers who want to emulate the look of film can now turn to RNI All Films 5 when using Adobe software and apps.
The nostalgic and dreamy mood of film remains popular even among digital photographers, so it’s not surprising that film presets are now a dime a dozen. Nearly every hybrid (film + digital) photographer now has their own film presets, but the All Films collection by Really Nice Images (RNI) remains one of the most popular. Now on its fifth iteration, RNI All Films, available on the Adobe platform, builds on the success of its previous version to bring more film-based looks carefully crafted after real emulsions.
This update provides several new presets designed to faithfully emulate the look of popular Negative Films, Slide Films, Black and White films, and even some Instant and Vintage Films. There’s now a total of 180+ presets at your fingertips, including Kodak Ektar 100, Kodak E200, Kodachrome 70s, Kodak Portra 400 and 800, Agfa Optima 100 and 200, Autochrome, Fuji Natura 1600, and Fuji FP 100C.
In addition to new film-inspired presets, RNI All Films 5 also brings features like film-like highlight compression and native amount adjustment to Adobe Lightroom Classic, Lightroom CC, and Photoshop ACR. Syncing to Lightroom Mobile through the Adobe Creative Cloud is also available for both iOS and Android, so you can use it on the go. If you already have the Lightroom version of the software, you might want to grab this latest update.
If you’re new to RNI All Films, the simulations promise to be a better option than LUT packages when it comes to producing more natural film-inspired results. This is made possible by recovery of data typically hidden in RAW files, highlight compression without clipping, precise color transformations and tonal response, and smooth strength adjustment done natively through Adobe software. You can achieve all these without destroying the RAW files when you use Lightroom’s native, non-destructive editing.
Ready to give your digital snaps the timeless film look using the RNI All Films 5? You can get it either as a full Pro version for $192 or a Lite version for $96. If you already have the previous versions installed, all you need is to upgrade to Pro for $96. Check out the Really Nice Images website to find out more and get these presets.