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Silver for Pixelmator Pro

A collection of timeless classic black & white film presets, faithfully replicated for Pixelmator Pro.

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Requires: Pixelmator Pro 1.1+


Carefully selected from the most legendary classic films, and meticulously re-produced for Pixelmator Pro.

Inspired by the look and nostalgia of classic film stock, we created a set of presets for our favourite photo editor Pixelmator Pro. We selected 5 all time classic film stocks to emulate for this package.

Package Includes:

  • Contains 5 Professional presets.
  • Fuji Neopan ACROS 100.
  • Kodak Tri-X 400TX Pro.
  • Kodak 100 TMAX Pro.
  • Ilford PAN F 50.
  • Kodak Panatomic X 32.
  • Compatible with Pixelmator Pro.
  • Use with any file type supported by Pixelmator Pro, including RAW files.
  • Simple double click to install.
  • Simple usage instructions. (Just a click).

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Fuji Neopan ACROS 100

Fujifilm Acros 100 is the company’s last black and white film emulsion, and for many photographers it was an absolute favourite. Acros 100 is a very fine grain film considering how it’s also a fairly slow film. In fact, it’s so fine grain that when my scans came in, readers thought that the image was digital and not film. For this reason, it was always used for a variety of applications though mostly with portraits and landscapes.

Kodak Tri-X 400TX Pro

Arguably the most famous black and white film of our time has to be Kodak Tri-X 400, it’s been with photojournalists for years and years. Super sharp with beautiful signature grain, it has been one of the most versatile black and white films of all time.

Kodak 100 TMAX Pro

This is a is a continuous-tone panchromatic black-and-white negative film for general outdoor and indoor photography. This film features extremely high sharpness, extremely fine grain, and very high resolving power.

Ilford PAN F 50

The slowest film Ilford produces might also be the sharpest black and white film you can get your hands on. One of the best features of this film is its outstanding clarity and sharpness. There is virtually no grain with this film and because of this attribute, the amount of detail you can capture with Pan F Plus 50 is amazing.

Kodak Panatomic X 32

Panatomic-X was first released in 1933 and continued until 1987 this fine grain ASA-32 panchromatic black & white film produced a huge tonal range and allowed for even 35mm negatives to be printed extremely large without noticeable grain, and when there was grain is was very pleasing.

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