Mastin Labs released their popular Kodak Everyday Pack for Capture One 11 and later on Windows and macOS. Check out the latest emulsion emulation after the jump.
Mastin Labs Kodak Everyday Pack, known for offering hyper-accurate digital film emulations based on extensive film scan comparisons, is now available for Capture One Pro versions 11 and newer. Last July, Fstoppers’ own Andrew Richardson reviewed Mastin Labs for Lightroom CC Classic which is worth checking out for a closer look.
Mastin Labs Kodak Everyday Pack style pack includes:
- Kodak Gold 200 – Prized for its deep golden tones and glowing highlights Kodak Gold 200, is pure nostalgia, ideal for your personal and family photos.
- Kodak Ektar 100 – With its cool shadows and warm highlights, Ektar 100 is made for adventure and Kirk Mastin’s favorite for exotic travel photos and lush landscapes.
- Kodak Tri-X 400 – Prized by photojournalists for its versatility and sophistication, Tri-X 400 is a B&W film that has captured some of the most important moments in history.
Tone Profiles: All Hard, All Soft, Highlight Hard, Highlight Soft, Shadow Hard, and Shadow Soft.
Custom White Balance: Daylight, Cloudy, Open Shade, Tungsten, Flash, Cool White/LED.
Grain 35mm/Medium Format.
Each of the three presets are flexible, allowing users to add shifts in white balance, tone, enabling lens correction, with 35 mm and medium format grain options. To apply any number of characteristics simultaneously in Capture One, make sure “Stack Styles” is checked under the “Styles and Presets” dropdown, which (from experience) is easy to miss.
As an aside, my personal images are often made using film and digital formats simultaneously. I love the aesthetic of both formats, and shooting for the histogram with a DSLR translates well to maximizing a film’s latitude. Mastin Labs refers to a film plus digital style as “hybrid shooting” but it comes with a caveat: when mixing mediums into one storyline, mismatched aesthetics can often feel disjointed. The Mastin Labs Kodak Everyday Pack invests significant intention in bringing realistic, accurate film emulsions to the digital world. My freezer is loaded with ~200 rolls of Kodak films: TRI-X 400, T-MAX 400, Portra 400/800, Ektar 100, and a plethora of expired Gold; so far the results I’m seeing in Capture One with Mastin Lab are stunningly close to the real deal. Perhaps in the future, Mastin Labs will bring even deeper innovations to their offerings, such as the recently resurrected Kodak Ektachrome, or perhaps the aptly missed Kodachrome.