Antique toned monochrome film recipe using Acros for Fujifilm cameras
Each of my monochrome recipes features a colour cast as part of the recipe. For this recipe, the tint is slightly red-brown, giving it the bromide name.
In addition, this recipe features lifted highlights and strong grain, giving it a distinctive antique vintage aesthetic. And, whilst it is happy being used in a wide range of conditions, it works best in sunlight, rather than dull light.
Bromide Mono Film Recipe
- Simulation: Acros + Green Filter
- Grain Effect: Strong, Large
- Colour Chrome Effect: Off
- Colour Chrome Blue: Off
- White Balance: Auto
- WB Shift: 0 Red, 0 Blue
- Mono Shift: WC +6, MG -2
- Dynamic Range: DR400
- Highlights: +1.5
- Shadows: -0.5
- Colour: N/A
- Sharpness: +1
- ISO Noise Reduction: -4
- Clarity: 0
- EV compensation: 0
Here are some the other mono recipes currently on the site.
- Liminal Mono – bright and crisp, with a infra-red style
- Chocolate Mono – with red filter for dramatic skies
- Cyanotype – teal tinted mono for a unique look
- Tri-X 33 – Grainy kodak style monotone