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 film emulation examples, from subtle to intense. Exposure covers both black & white and color films and effects in one unified product, so there is no need to switch tools as you explore ideas.

This is just a taste of the hundreds of presets in Exposure.

To explore the rest, you can purchase Exposure or try it yourself for free.

Color Films

Whatever the subject, Exposure’s wide range of accurate film presets has you covered. From the vivid, saturated tones of Fuji Velvia 100F and Kodak Ektachrome 100 VF to the subtle hues of Fuji Pro 400H and Kodak Portra 160NC, you can find the right look in a snap.

Photo © Joe Payne

Kodak Ektachrome 100VS
Kodak Ektachtrome mid-1970s (blue)
Fuji Pro 400H
Fuji Velvia 100F
GAF 500 Warm
 Kodak Ektar 100
Kodak Portra 160 VC

Black and White Films

Exposure also provides the most realistic emulation of timeless black and white films such as Ilford Delta, Fuji Neopan and Kodak TRI-X. Exposure’s realistic rendering of grain throughout the dynamic range of the image means no other software gets closer to that warm organic look of film.

Photo © Andrea Livieri

Agfa APX 25
Fuji Neopan 1600
Ilford HP5 Plus 400
Kodak Technical Pan
Polaroid 55
Kodak T-MAX P3200
Kodak TRI-X 400


Various versions of classic portrait films Kodak Portra, Fuji Pro and Kodachrome come to you out of the box. You can also experiment with Fuji Astia, Fuji Provia, Kodak Ektachrome and Kodak Ultra Color or build your own presets from scratch.

Photo © Robert Hamilton

Kodak Portra 160NC
Kodak Portra 160VC
Kodak Portra 400VC
Kodak Ultra Color 100UC
Fuji Pro 400H
Fuji Pro 160C
Fuji FP-100C - Magenta Cast


Aside from the staple landscape stocks such as Fuji Velvia 50 and Kodak Ektar 100, Exposure also provides accurate recreations of more obscure films such as GAF 50, with its chunky, colorful grain, and Kodak Ektachrome 100VS, with its rich, saturated tones.

Fuji Astia 100F
Fuji Provia 100F
Fuji Velvia 50
GAF 500 - Warm
Kodachrome II (1962-1974)
Kodak Ektachrome 100VS
Kodak Ektar 100


With the addition of the creative focus tools available in Bokeh, we have added a wealth of go-to looks to give you motion, lens and aperture effects at the touch of a button.

Photo © Christopher Wilson

Aperture: Plus
Lens: C-mount
Lens: Canon 85mm f/1.2 L
Lens: Mirror
Lens: Nikon 105mm f/2.8 Macro
Motion: Twist
Motion: Zoom
Pinhole Camera


Aside from the glamour effects available in the Color Focus presets, Exposure comes packed with a range of film stocks you can tweak to your specific needs. From the ethereal glow of infrareds like Kodak HIE to the color punch of Kodachrome 64, the options to bring out the beauty of your subject are endless.

Photo © Joe Payne

Kodak Kodachrome 64
Kodak Portra 160NC
Fuji Pro 160C (w/ Bright Highlights curve)
Fuji Pro 400 H w/ Bright Highlights curve
Kodak Ektar (w/ Bright Highlights curve)
Agfa Scala 200
Kodak TRI-X 400
Kodak HIE - Infrared


You may not be able get the film processed anymore, but the authentic look of Kodachrome lives on in Exposure. A total of 22 different presets bring everything from the original 1936 version right through to the more recently discontinued Kodachrome 25, 64 and 200. You’ll see why Kodachrome was the favorite of many pro photographers.

Photo © Hailey Bartholomew

Kodachrome II Muted
Kodachrome II -1962-1974
Kodachrome 35mm (1936-1961)
Kodachrome 200
Kodachrome 35mm Old
Kodachrome 25 (sharp)


For even more artistic effects, check out the options for Lo-Fi and Cross Processing. Use them out of the box or as a starting point for experimentation. If you like what you’ve come up with, saving and sharing presets has never been easier either.

Photo © Chris Corradino

Agfa RSX II 100 - Blur & Dust
Cross Processed - Fuji Sensia 100 - Lomo LC-A
Fuji NPS 160 (expired) - Creamy (yellow)
Fuji NPS 160 (expired) - Cyan Highlights
Fuji Velvia 100F
Kodak Ektachrome GX 100 - Holga 120
Kodak Ektachrome GX 100

Split Toning

Check out the Split Toning panel for a whole range of separate presets that can add interesting effects to the shadows and highlights of your image. Do you want to keep it subtle or get surreal? The choice is totally yours.

Photo © Joe Payne

Split Toning - Copper: Light Tone
Split Toning - Blue: Light Tone
Split Toning - Green - Light Tone
Split Toning - Red Bleach
Split Toning - Sepia Cream
Split Toning - Platinum
Split Toning - Gold Split
Split Toning - Selenium Warm Cool
Split Toning - Original


Explore the history of photography with Exposure and make your images stand out from the crowd. Monochrome or color, experiment with the striking look of Autochrome, Daguerreotype and Lith or the subdued tones of the original Kodachrome from the 1930’s.

Photo © Joe Payne

Daguerreotype - Sepia
Faded Magazine
Kodachrome (1936-1962)
Lith - Infrared
Wet Plate

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