More Ways to Express Yourself
Exposure covers a huge range of looks from throughout the history of analog photography. Here you can see some of the more interesting topics, from subtle to intense. Exposure covers both black & white and color in one unified product, so there is no need to switch tools as you explore ideas.
Exposure has a variety of subtle looks for portraits. Portra 160 NC lowers saturation and contrast to make skin tones look healthy.
Slide films that enhance saturation and contrast are great for landscapes and nature photography. This example uses Velvia 100F to bring out the blue in the flower.
Black and White
Exposure provides immense control over black & white conversions. This high key look lowers contrast, gives a slight glow to bright areas, and provides warm color toning.
Exposure reproduces many long-discontinued films, including this early version of Kodachrome that was used in the 1930s through 1960s.
Vintage looks like Calotype, an early photographic process, can be found in Exposure's vintage preset categories. This image also demonstrates one of the many border options.
Exposure simulates a variety of color and black & white infrared films. This Kodak HIE film brightens green plants, darkens blue skies, and gives bright areas an ethereal glow.
Gritty Lo-Fi looks are easy to achieve in Exposure with expired film, light leaks, plastic lens blur, and cross processing. This photo combines expired Polaroid SX-70 film with a slight lens blur and vignette.