Oceanic 815 for Deep Ocean Blues

A lot of my film recipes feature soft tones or faded tones for a nostalgic look. Sometimes however, it’s good to have some deeper tones to help style the image in a more impactful way.

I developed this recipe for a specific purpose. To shoot images of the ocean from up on the cliffs above. It’s aim is to enhance the blues of the sea and add some stylish contrast to a scene. It should be great for beach holidays and coastal walks. Just don’t get LOST.

Fishing boats for hire, taken with Oceanic 815 film recipe

Oceanic 815 Film Recipe

  • Simulation: Classic Chrome
  • Grain Effect: Off
  • Colour Chrome Effect: Off
  • Colour Chrome Blue: Strong
  • White Balance: Auto White Priority
  • WB Shift: -1 Red, -3 Blue
  • Dynamic Range: DR400
  • Highlights: +0.5
  • Shadows: -1
  • Colour: -3
  • Sharpness: 0
  • ISO Noise Reduction: -4
  • Clarity: +3
  • EV compensation: none
82, captured with the Oceanic 815 film recipe
Kite surfers and a silvery sunset, with Oceanic 815 film recipe
Storm clouds over the ocean, with Oceanic 815 film recipe
Solo sheep above Woolacombe, with Oceanic 815 film recipe
Spring swimmers, with the Oceanic 815 film recipe
A way to escape the island? With Oceanic 815 film recipe
Kodachrome blues, with Oceanic 815 film recipe
It’s all about the blues, with Oceanic 815 film recipe
Not just for the ocean … Oceanic 815 film recipe
A grand house in the city, with Oceanic 815 film recipe
At the fishing pond, with the Oceanic 815 film recipe
More power to the blue tones, with Oceanic 815 film recipe
Sea pinks on the cliffside, with Oceanic 815 film recipe
Sea campion flowers, with the Oceanic 815 film recipe

➡️ The Film Recipes Challenge is now on! Shoot with the recent look, Age of Aquarius, and share your photos, either in the Facebook group or the recipe page comments. The deadline is end of Feb 15th. Everyone is welcome, from all around the world! For inspiration, see previous galleries. ➡️ The Film Recipes Facebook Group is a great place to share film recipes, ask questions and join the challenge.

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