Waldorf Warm, Cosy Tones with Astia

In my development of the Waldorf Astia film recipe, I started with a look that was warmer than the final recipe. This is that look. I has a mellow nostalgic feel, with a rich, caramel tone in some conditions. This comes from the combination of a warm color balance, at 8600K and the built in tone of the Astia film simulation.

For a while, this recipe was simply called Waldorf, but with the two versions, it has now split into Waldorf Astia, and this one, Waldorf Warm.

Cosy tones in the cosy sheep pen, with Walfrom Warm film recipe

Waldorf Warm Film Recipe

  • Simulation: Astia/Soft
  • Grain Effect: Weak, Small
  • Colour Chrome Effect: Weak
  • Colour Chrome Blue: Weak
  • White Balance: 8600K
  • WB Shift: -4 Red, +6 Blue
  • Dynamic Range: DR200
  • Highlights: +1.0
  • Shadows: -1.0
  • Color: -2
  • Sharpness: -1
  • ISO Noise Reduction: -4
  • Clarity: +2
  • EV compensation: 0
In the bright woodlands, with Waldorf Warm film recipe
Waldorf Warm film recipe works well in the morning or afternoon light
Hello little guy, captured with the Waldorf Warm film recipe
Fallow deer buck in bright sunlight, with Waldorf Warm film recipe
Down by the tumbling stream, with Waldorf Warm film recipe
The stream and road run along together, Waldorf Warm film recipe
Frost coated weeds in the morning, using Waldorf Warm film recipe
A good choice for Autumn color, the Waldorf Warm film recipe
Rich, nostalgic tones, captured wtih Waldorf Warm film recipe
Secrets hidden in the forest, Waldorf Warm film recipe
Three early morning views alongside the tracks, Waldorf Warm film recipe
What will you discover, shooting with Waldorf Warm film recipe?

🌊 Let’s get creative in this new round of The Film Recipes Challenge 🏄 The recipe is the burned and faded look, Childhood Vacation, which loves to be over exposed. Try some images and share a selection in the Film Recipes Facebook Group or the comments on the recipe page. Open to everyone, until end of 8th June. Tag #childhoodvacation ☀️

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