Photography Bay Giveaway: Replichrome Presets from Totally Rad!


This week Photography Bay has teamed up with Totally Rad! to giveaway a set of all three of the Replichrome preset packs for Lightroom and Camera Raw to one lucky reader.

Totally Rad! Replichrome presets consist of the Replichrome I: Icon pack (152 presets based on the most iconic, modern films ever made, such as Fuji 400H, Kodak Portra 400 and Kodak Tri-X), Replichrome II: Slide pack (199 presets inspired by both modern and discontinued slide or reversal films including Fuji slide films, such as Velvia, Provia and Astia, as well as discontinued Kodak and Agfa slide films) and the Replichrome III: Archive pack (183 total presets based on 22 rare, expired and eclectic films from across the world). [Read more…]


Kodak’s Cancelled BW400CN Film Lives on in Replichrome Lightroom Presets . . . for Free

Replichrome Sample Pack

Totally Rad! Inc. is taking the opportunity to let everyone know that even though Kodak has officially killed BW400CN film, Lightroom and Camera Raw users can pick up the Replichrome BW400CN preset for free as part of Totally Rad’s Replichrome Sample Pack.

Below are a couple of recent photos to which I applied the BW400CN presets after I saw Totally Rad’s press release today. [Read more…]

Get Totally Rad Launches Replichrome II: Slide Film for Lightroom and ACR

Replichrome II

Get Totally Rad has released a new preset pack called Replichrome II: Slide, which works with Lightroom and Adobe Camera Raw.

Replichrome II includes presets for Fuji, Agfa and Kodak slide films, which further contains multiple versions of each slide film, using both Nortitsu and Epson scanners. Check out the rundown of the various slide film presets below. [Read more…]

Totally Rad! Replichrome Lightroom Presets Takes Aim at VSCO


Totally Rad! recently released Replichrome, which is a collection of 134 film-look presets for Lightroom users that are targeted directly at fans of the popular VSCO presets. Totally Rad! set out to create a product that was clearly better than VSCO in nearly every important way:  more films, better accuracy, and a greater value. [Read more…]