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Simulating in Photoshop the usage of filters in B/W photography

WAn

St-Petersburg, RU
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WAn Basic Member
Wed 19-Jul-00 09:52 AM

1) What is the easiest way to do it?
Of course, the input (scanned image) should be the color.
Then I want to see the effects of different BW filters (e.g. yellow #8, minus-blue filter.. etc) for the situation as if I shot that image on BW film using this or that film.

2) The spectral characteristics of brand name filters are well known (Kodak, Nikon...). Is there a way to simulate it in Photoshop?

3) Almost identical question: is there a more or less precise method to simulate the changes in color temperature? ('Precise' means 'can be measured'; just moving the slider in Hue adjustment window is not enought..)

In addition, if we had a way to simulate the char.curve of a given pair "BW film + its development mode" we have an excellent learning tool for BW photography!

Thanks
Andrey

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