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Aged Film Sims Lightroom Presets V1

What happens when you shoot with old expired film? Lots of neat effects, that’s what. This pack of 17 Aged Film Sims presets replicates vintage film rolls that have expired or that have been exposed to light causing grain and light leaks.

This preset pack simulates the following expired rolls of film:

  • Fuji Sensia II 100[RA]
  • Fujicolor Natura 1600
  • Fujicolor Portrait NPC 160
  • Fujicolor Press 1600[CU]
  • Fujicolor Pro 800Z
  • Fujicolor Pro Plus II 100
  • Fujicolor Super G 100
  • Fujicolor Superia Reala 100
  • Fujicolor Superia X-Tra 400
  • Fujicolor Superia X-Tra 800
  • Fujifilm Neopan SS 100
  • Fujifilm Pro 400H
  • Kodak Elite Chrome 100
  • Konica Minolta Centuria Super 200
  • Konica Minolta VX Super 400
  • Rollei Digibase CR200
  • Rollei Ortho 25

Make sure you also check out our Aged Film Sims Vol.2 for even more old expired film goodness.

The presets included in this set are compatible with Adobe Lightroom 4, 5, 6, and Classic CC. All the included presets will work with JPG as well as RAW images.

If you're having issues installing those presets, make sure you review our quick LR presets installation guide right here:

This pack of Lightroom presets is also part of our Pro Lightroom Classic Presets Bundle:

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