Eterna Bleach Bypass film recipe with a soft nostalgic look
Here’s a recipe that’s really tasty! It’s a soft and mellow film recipe, based on the Eterna Bleach Bypass film simulation. It has a warm cinnamon colour shift, and with reduced contrast and a little softness, it’s not at all overpowering. In fact, it’s a gentle recipe with a subtle cinnamon tone to the neutrals. Delicious!
Over time, I find myself coming back to this recipe again and again, and I am always impressed with how it renders all sorts of conditions from mid summer to the winter snow. It’s one of my personal favourites. You can see more of them on the Shortlist of Favourite Recipes.
Soft Cinnamon Film Recipe
- Simulation: Eterna Bleach Bypass
- Grain Effect: Off
- Colour Chrome Effect: Weak
- Colour Chrome Blue: Strong
- White Balance: Auto
- WB Shift: +7 Red, -6 Blue
- Dynamic Range: DR400
- Highlights: -1.5
- Shadows: -1.5
- Colour: +2
- Sharpness: -2
- ISO Noise Reduction: -4
- Clarity: 0
- EV compensation: 0
Soft Cinnamon at the Laver Cup Tennis Event
The tones of Soft Cinnamon make it useful in a variety of situations, with a mellow warmth and a unique tone. I’d wanted to test it for some city photography, so I took the opportunity on a recent trip to London.
More samples of Soft Cinnamon
It’s always wonderful for me, as recipe creator, to see your photos taken with my recipes. Apart from the satisfaction that comes from other photographers feeling that a recipe is ‘good enough’ to be tried out, I genuinely love seeing the your images.
Thanks to Ritchie Roesch for sharing his photos with Soft Cinnamon from an evening photowalk around Gilbert, Arizona.
- A photowalk with YOUR recipes – Ritchies images using 5 different recipes from recipe creators, including Luis Costa, Jamie Chance, Thomas Schwab, Toqeer Sethi and this recipe, Soft Cinnamon
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4 responses to “Soft Cinnamon with Delicious Tones”
Gonna check this one out with a black mist filter attached (I have Nisi and Tiffen in 2 strengths).
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I think that could be fun. I have a cinesoft one, but I haven’t used it in a while
Nice new photos.
I used this recipe for weeks. It has become a favourite.
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Thank you, and that’s wonderful to hear. It’s one of my favourites too 🙂