Goldeneye, with Extra Warm Tones

Classic Negative film simulation recipe with a strong warm colour shift

Don’t be Dr. No. You Only Live Twice, so take your photos From Russia with Love. Goldeneye is an ultra warm and rich film recipe with a strong cosy aesthetic. So now, when taking photos On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, you can shoot with your Goldfinger, seeing golden hour images with a Goldeneye.

Toasty warm tones, taken with the Goldeneye film recipe

Goldeneye Fim Recipe

  • Simulation: Classic Negative
  • Grain Effect: Strong, Small
  • Colour Chrome Effect: Weak
  • Colour Chrome Blue: Weak
  • White Balance: Shade
  • WB Shift: +6 Red, -5 Blue
  • Dynamic Range: DR400
  • Highlights: -2
  • Shadows: 0
  • Colour: +1
  • Sharpness: -1
  • ISO Noise Reduction: -4
  • Clarity: -1
  • EV compensation: 0
Old red phone box, taken with Goldeneye film recipe
Bright red post box, with the tones of Goldeneye film recipe
Village scene, warmed up with Goldeneye film recipe
An early Autmn morning, with Goldeneye
Late summer heather, captured with Goldeneye film recipe
Petunias in the garden, with Goldeneye film recipe
Hydrangea in flower, taken with Goldeneye film recipe
An old village church, captured with Goldeneye film recipe
R.I.P. Grave stones, photographed with Goldeneye film recipe
Wet leaves, with golden hints from Goldeneye film recipe
An oak tree packed with acorns, using the Goldeneye film recipe
In the wheatfield, with Goldeneye film recipe tones
A cosy cottage, surrounded by roses. Goldeneye film recipe
Down by the river on a sunny morning, with Goldeneye film recipe
The swans and cygnets on the river. Goldeneye film recipe
Swimming along, captured by Goldeneye film recipe
Honeysuckle flowers, taken with Goldeneye film recipe
In a sunny spot on the back wall. With Goldeneye film recipe
Early morning spider web, with the warm tones of Goldeneye
Someone’s been busy overnight … taken with Goldeneye film recipe

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13 responses to “Goldeneye, with Extra Warm Tones”

  1. I was very curious how this recipe will work on the sunny streets and a bit sceptical but… oh well I fell in love with the first photo I took. Warm colors, great reds, deep shadows, it’s perfect and gonna be one of my favourite recipe. Thank you soon much.

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    • Thanks Marcel. I’m glad you like it. You raise a good point. My personal style of muted tones is certainly not the preference of everyone. I’m sure I’ll look at including more bold recipes over time, maybe versions of existing ones with more colour and deeper contrast. I did this with Retrochrome and Retrochrome Plus (see https://film.recipes/blog/film-recipes-index-a-z/#r ) where I made a more intense version of a recipe.

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    • Thanks for sharing those. We’ve been missing some gear photos! I’ve looked at Pacific Blues, and saw similarities with Fuji Five-O, but I want to give it a try soon. I’m still photographing for recipes mostly at the moment, but I feel like an end is in sight!

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  2. PS: may I suggest links to “latest comments” somewhere near the bottom of page? So visitors could see which film sims have new comments.

    Cheers

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