Ultraviolet, for a Pretty Purple Mood

Lavender Eterna Bleach Bypass film recipe for shooting with a pink purple tone

Here’s a very different film recipe that helps bring a lilac mood to images. It’s quite a particular sort of look, but it can be useful if you’re looking to experiment. Perhaps you are shooting floral images, like heather, lavender or cherry blossom? Or maybe some fashion shots with a difference?

Althought this, and my other film recipes with strong characteristics might not be for general use, I like to provide options and show just how many different styles we can produce with our in camera JPEGs. I actually think you can get some great images with this, especially sunsets, or flowers in bright light, but I’ll leave it out here for you to decide if the Ultraviolet film recipe is one for you…

Summer heather, captured with the Ultraviolet film recipe

Ultraviolet Film Recipe

  • Simulation: Eterna Bleach Bypass
  • Grain Effect: Weak, Small
  • Colour Chrome Effect: Weak
  • Colour Chrome Blue: Off
  • White Balance: Auto
  • WB Shift: +6 Red, +8 Blue
  • Dynamic Range: DR400
  • Highlights: -1.0
  • Shadows: +2.0
  • Color: +2
  • Sharpness: -1
  • ISO Noise Reduction: -4
  • Clarity: 0
  • EV compensation: +1/3
Zooming in close, using the Ultraviolet film recipe
Flowers on the adge of the cliff, with Ultraviolet film recipe
White flowers with a sea view, captured with Ultraviolet film recipe
A blue sky is made purple, with Ultraviolet film recipe
Hedgerow plants, with the Ultraviolet film recipe
Little daisy, captured using Ultraviolet film recipe
Peacock feathers, taken with Ultraviolet film recipe
In the woods, with Ultraviolet film recipe
Sunny forest, toned by the Ultraviolet film recipe
A beautiful sky, taken with Ultraviolet film recipe
In a sunny wheatfield, using Ultraviolet film recipe
Dusk with floodlight on the tennis court, Ultraviolet film recipe
In the half light, taken with Ultraviolet film recipe
Lilac toned sunset, with the Ultraviolet film recipe
Soft purple mood, using Ultraviolet film recipe

Embrace a film-like look and join in with the Film Recipes Challenge 📸 Take photos with the Flatpack film recipe, and share them in the Film Recipes Facebook Group or the comments on the recipe page. This recipe is based on film prints in a matte low contrast style. Join in from where you live with a deadline of end of 29th March. #flatpack 👍

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