A new version of analog film simulation software FilmPack. DxO FilmPack 7 has been realised. DxO FilmPack 7 has a number of new features, including luminosity masking for more control over image adjustments, 25 new analog film renderings, new ‘digital’ renderings replicating modern digital camera picture styles, and an ‘enriched’ Time Machine mode where you can browse historical photos and recreate their look with your own images.
DxO FilmPack 7 New Luminosity Mask
The addition of luminosity masks could prove extremely useful because FilmPack does not have its own local adjustment tools, and this new feature should make it possible to confine editing adjustments to specific areas based on their brightness values – so you could adjust only the shadows or highlights in a photo, for example.
At the heart of DxO FilmPack is its collection of analog film ‘renderings’. These have been created from extensive testing and calibration processes to recreate the look of classic analog films digitally. FilmPack 7 includes 25 new film renderings, including five from the modern era: Cinestill Redrum 200, LomoChrome Metropolis 200, Lomography Redscale XR 200, Berlin Kino B&W 400 and Earl Gray B&W 100.