Mike Pasini, recently covered Exposure 6 in a review on his blog, Photo Corners. He shed some light the new version of the software by developing historic-looking treatments. He gives a lot technical data points as to what helped him make decisions when deciding on a final look and he did a great job at it. It’s neat to see how Mike takes images through the ringer.
He used a single shot from a modern camera–a Sony TX200V for you gearheads–and he ran it through Exposure. Simple enough, right? His goal was to produce historically accurate looks on this one shot. In the end, the effects he came up with look great and are convincing, too!
Head over to mikepasini.com for the rest of the scoop. Thanks, Mike!