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Old 05-14-2010, 07:20 AM
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What kind of post process is this ?

I come across a few photos posted by Olivia Bell over at her facebook.

Am just wondering how to come out color like this. Well, at first I thought it is lomo-ish but some how I try to play around the curves, it just won't come out even close to it.

Would appreciate if anyone can guide me a little in this. Really love the greenish color and purple-ish color of photos below.









Credit to http://www.facebook.com/oliviabellphotography

All images are credit to Olivia Bell
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Did you try asking Olivia? I read she reply to someone that she is using lightroom.

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Did you try asking Olivia?
Ya lo hor. Ask the right person, get the right answer.
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I did but no reply from her.. hm... maybe she miss out my message
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To begin with, you need a fast lens (and a gorgeous sister). In this case, its a Canon 135 f/2 on a full frame camera, shot wide open. I think heavy vignetting was then added along with what appears to be some third party cross processing filter plugin. You'll never get it to look this way using one curve adjustment. But alas, you'd have to get the answer from her to be sure. I'm just guessing.
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Try tweaking the calibration parameter...
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