/Warming filter for color film?
If you would like to use a filter to give a warmer tone my images, but without too much completely and do everything that they have a deep orange color, what filter would you recommend? Maybe a light orange color filter, like what is used to correct tungsten color film to shoot outdoors in daylight? I would be using normal color negative film. This is just for an experiment. I probably would try to Kodak Gold 200. I am aware that modern color film is balanced and outdoors and the use of a filter will make the pictures look strange, but I just want to experiment with different effects. (Without making too full year). Any ideas?
The most common heating filter use with the film is 81A, is the lowest in that color. The 81B is a darker orange, and 81C is darker than B. Can be found online: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/22384-REG/Hoya_520128_52mm_81A_Color_Conversion.html I Recommend the 81A.
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