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Don't forget that you can modify any of the presets - tonal response, grain etc. and save them as user defined settings. Steve On 10/1/08 01:01, "parker haeg" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > I just picked up some prints that I ran through assorted Exposure2 film > settings and am pleasantly surprised with the outcome. They've done a > great > job mimicking some of the fillms that I shot for all those years. Now all > I > have to do is figure out all of the in's and out's of the program. > > By the way, "hello". I'm new here and am enjoying the posts and looking > forward reading more in the future. > Parker > > > On 1/9/08, Philippe Orlent <email@example.com> wrote: >> >> I almost invariably use Alienskin's Acros 100 no grain conversion. >> The tri X conversion is too harsh and not resembling the original I >> find.