MEDULIN is a photo look inspired by the 70s, characterized by warm tones and distinctive features of the Kodak Colorworld 200 film.
The look has a fine grain that adds a certain texture to the image and creates a nostalgic atmosphere.
MEDULIN creates a summery atmosphere and reminiscent of the era of American New Color photography.
I prefer to shoot MEDULIN with a slight overexposure of +1/3 stop, although the look allows for a wide exposure range.
MEDULIN requires not only ample light, but also intense midday sun to achieve enhanced color luminosity.
My development was specifically tuned to these lighting conditions.
The D-RP setting ensures that the shadows don't get too dark in the harsh midday light.
Yaay, it's finally possible to shoot in the midday sun xD
To create soft light transitions, I usually use manual retro lenses. Alternatively, hairspray can be sprayed on the FLD filter to get the desired effect.
The mid tones have moderate contrast, and an FLD filter is used to create intentional color shifts.
This filter is essential to achieve the desired look. In addition, the luminance in the greens has been reduced to give more attention to the reds.
In fact, the red tones dominate in MEDULIN.
X-E4, X-T4, X-S10, X-Pro 3