I've got some old photographs taken by a FujiFilm FinePix S602Z. I'd love to stylize new photos (taken by a current higher quality camera) to look in the most similar way. What's the correct approach to achieve this?
- Colours: The S602 images have had a specific tint/hue. The sky was a sort of faded turqoise, tree leaves less saturated etc. New photos need to be tone-mapped via a histogram/curve/? in that way. How do I get the correct parameters?
- Pixel Rendering: Super CCD sensors - thanks to octagonal pixels scanned diagonally - produced specific object edges.
- Adding some noise and a bit of chromatic aberration is no problem for me.
Sample FinePix S602Z photo showing the specific sky colour and pixel rendering (see tree leaves at 1:1 in the Original resolution).
My own unprocessed samples - both native sensor 3.1Mp and camera interpolated 6.3Mp uploaded here. Please use the Download button above to get them in the full resolution.