How the RNI film presets are different from other offers in the market
1. Exceptional quality
RNI Film Presets provide realistic simulation of real film stocks. All RNI presets derive from real film shooting (for present films) and private archives of slides and prints (for legacy films).
2. Striking diversity
Probably, RNI All Films is the most comprehensive film-simulating package that exists in the market, offering almost 300 beautiful and accurate film simulations. What's also important is that we don't charge any extra for the ACR versions of our presets since RNI Films v.3.0.
3. Customised camera profiles
RNI film presets for Adobe Lightroom and ACR come with customised camera profiles. This makes for better tonal range and really convincing film simulation tailored to work with your camera.
4. Constant support and development
At RNI we keep our products constantly evolving. We are not only adding new films but also improving on the quality and sophistication of the existing presets with every new release. And we are also testing our products for the best performance with the most recent cameras, so you always get the most from your gear.
5. Massive upgrade discounts
All the existing RNI customers get massive upgrade discounts.
All the above makes RNI film presets a superior creative tool for your digital workflow.
How to install RNI All Films for Lightroom and ACR
Please refer to our step-by-step installation manual (PDF)
Can I use RNI film presets for editing JPEGs?
RNI Film Presets are designed to work with RAW files and they do their best with RAW. However they also perform very well with properly exposed JPEGs from modern cameras. In case of JPEGs you may want to use a special '- JPEG Compensation' included into each package. Also some additional brightness and contrast correction may be required.
What is a recommended workflow for RNI film presets in Lightroom?
3. You can get even more variations of any film look if shooting RAW. Just take a look at the Camera Calibration Panel. By default all the presets use RNI customised camera profiles. But your RAW images also give you a choice of profiles specific to your camera. Try those with different presets and see how they affect contrast and colour rendering of your photos.