Soft Cinnamon with Delicious Tones

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!

Along the waterfront, with Soft Cinnamon film recipe

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
Little red boats for hire, taken with Soft Cinnamon film recipe
Coastal flowers, with the Soft Cinnamon film recipe
Forest track, captured with Soft Cinnamon film recipe
Rush hour in the country, with Soft Cinnamon film recipe
Tree detail, captured with Soft Cinnamon film recipe
Red t-shirts, with the Soft Cinnamon film recipe
An ocean view, with Soft Cinnamon film recipe
Hazy sun grasses, with the Soft Cinnamon film recipe
Soft Cinnamon film recipe and young oak leaves
Riverside walk, with Soft Cinnamon film recipe
Anyone for tennis? Soft Cinnamon film recipe
Roof detail and blue sky, with tones from Soft Cinnamon film recipe
Looking up in the forest, with Soft Cinnamon film recipe
Tall trees, captured with Soft Cinnamon film recipe
Bright yellow flowers, captured with the Soft Cinnamon film recipe

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.

Capturing the moment at the O2, with Soft Cinnamon film recipe
Pre-match scenes
Laver Cup and the O2
Contrasting shapes and styles, with Soft Cinnamon film recipe
Urban architecture, taken with Soft Cinnamon film recipe
Peninsula Spire
Soft Cinnamon film recipe
Preparing to walk the roof line, with Soft Cinnamon film recipe
Inside the arena at the Laver Cup, with Soft Cinnamon film recipe
Post match interviews, taken with Soft Cinnamon film recipe
Watching the big screen outside, Soft Cinnamon film recipe
Bag of goodies, captured with the Soft Cinnamon film recipe

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

If you post images using my recipes, don’t forget to let me know, by using the contact form or reaching out on social.

Did you know? The Film Recipes Facebook Group is a great place to share film recipes, ask questions and join the latest challenge. Join in the fun! The December round of the Film Recipe Challenge is now on … shoot with Mother Superia film recipe and share your photos, either in the Facebook group or in the recipe page comments. End date is Dec 15th.

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