FxAndy takes your digital footage back to the film era with picture perfect simulations of image-making classic emulsions including Velvia, Eterna, Ektachrome, Agfachrome, Kodachrome, RSX, ADOX, FP4, Portra, Fomapan, and a dozen more.
"Portrait" reel. Multiple FxAndy simulators in sequence. (New, Feb 21)
"Flower" reel. One FxAndy simulator, keyframe variations.
FxAndy translates the digital image you captured into a realistic simulation of a film camera complete with full color filter control, exposure control, film type selector with latitude adjustments and processing variations, darkroom and enlarger, classic print emulsions and papers with variations and adjustments -- and a few digital-world tweaks to add even more versatility.
Never run out of stock!
And unlike real films, FxAndy makes it easy with perfect exposure compensation, no dangerous chemicals, simple latitude adjustments and -- most importantly -- no wondering where you'll find the next warehouse stash of long-discontinued film.
Not presets; real software inside.
These simulations aren't presets -- FxAndy is a full simulation suite with thousands of simulator combinations available, plus infinite variations of parameters, almost all of them keyframable for subtle and dramatic effects.
Famous in still photography
FxAndy is the brother of Andrea - Film Simulation for Bibble 5, the pre-eminent film simulator for the RAW processor Bibble 5. Andrea is an essential part of the style of professional still photographers all over the world, and now with the completely rewritten and speed optimized Final Cut plugin, the same looks are finally available for cinema.
FxAndy is a trademark of Sean M Puckett and is used to refer to a software program for manipulating digital images. Other company and product names used on this page and within the FxAndy plug-in may be trademarks and/or registered trademarks. Use of these terms does not constitute endorsement. The use of these terms in the context of describing the transformation of a digital image is intended only as an illustrative example. It is clear that in no way can a digital image manipulation be mistaken for traditional films, papers and chemicals. P.S. Thank you for 150 years of beautiful imagery.
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