Really Nice Images All Films 4 Pro: Analog Flavor, Digital world

In July 2016, Really Nice Images (RNI) announced the availability of their RNI All Films 4 film-simulation plug-ins for Adobe Photoshop ACR and Lightroom. For digital photographers that long for the look of film but not quite ready to jump into film, digital film-simulation software like All Films aims to provide a solution for photographers looking for that aesthetic without incurring the potentially high costs of film processing and development.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Really Nice Images All Films 3.0 Claims it Will Fool Film Photographers

A rendering of Kodak Portra 400, which in the right light looks surprisingly like the actual film.

A rendering of Kodak Portra 400, which in the right light looks surprisingly like the actual film.

Really Nice Images isn’t as popular as VSCO or DxO for their film renderings, but they’re claiming that with All Films 3.0 that they can fool even film photographers. And from what we’ve seen so far, we have to agree. We’ve reviewed Really Nice Images’ Film presets for Lightroom before, and thought that the renderings were already solid. But what they’re adding in now is an analog softness feature. They stated that they added this in to eliminate the differences between the ultra sharp high megapixel cameras and film.

As for film renderings, the package includes Agfa, Kodak, Fujifilm, and Ilford.

The Really Nice Images All Films 3.0 package is priced at $122 and organised by 5 sub-packages based on film types: Negative, Slide, Instant, BW and Vintage. Those sub-packages can also be purchased individually for $49 each. Check them out here.

More image samples are after the jump.

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