Film produced from 1935 to 2009, highly regarded among professionals due to its great color precision.
Photoshop Actions to Emulate Slide Films
1.Kodak Kodachrome 25
2.Fuji Velvia 50
Film look emulation action for photographers with vivid color, ideal for nature, product and interior shots.
3.Fuji Fortia SP 50
This film was produced by Fujifilm for a short period of time (2005 to 2007) so it's actually discontinued.
4.Kodak Kodachrome 64
Produced since 1935, it was discontinued in late 2009. Very appreciated among photographers for its great color fidelity.
5.Agfa RSX 100
Defined by its highly color saturation, occasionally rendering a kind of ”fantasy" look. It's actually discontinued.
6.Fuji Velvia 100
Introduced in early 90s, it soon displaced the famous Kodachrome series due to its great luminosity and color precision.
7.Fuji Velvia 100 F
Introduced in 2002 to discontinue Velvia 50. The “F” was the original version of actual Fuji Velvia 100.
8.Ektachrome 100 VS
Photoshop film look emulation. Distinguished by its highly color performance, it was in production from 1935 to 2009.
9.Ektachrome 100 G
Ektachrome series allowed photographers to process their own films. Scanned film grain texture provided as always.
10.Ektachrome 100 GX
Slide film digital simulation which provides a characteristic "fantasy" look, with moderated saturation.
11.Fuji Astia 100 F
One of the finest grains among slide films. It's ideal for portraits due to its natural-looking skin tone.
12.Fuji Provia 100 F
Suitable for almost any situation, from product advertising to nature and portrait, providing nice color saturation.
13.Kodak Ektachrome 200
Part of Ektachrome series, that allowed photographers to process their own films. Film grain for Photoshop included.
14.Fuji Provia 400 X
Slide film for professional use, with high end color quality and fidelity. Being ISO 400, it has medium granularity.
Film produced by GAF company, based in New Jersey (USA), very difficult to find today.
16.Agfachrome 1000 RS
First slide film introducing the cross processing method, which will define the image by its dramatic color shifting.
17.Fuji RTP 64 T
Slide film where "RTP" stands for "Reversal Tungsten Professional" and the second ”T” for "Transparency".
18.Ektachrome EPP 100
Color reversal film where "EPP" stands for "Ektachrome Plus Professional”. It renders perfect skin tones.
19.Agfa RSX II 100
Where "RSX" stands for "Reversal Slide Cross (processing)”. Distinguished by its highly saturated colors.
20.Fuji Sensia 100
“Flagship" film from Fuji slide family. Perfect choice for landscapes and portraits due to the saturation of colors.
21.Agfa CT Precisa 100
Film emulation action defined by its over-saturated style, where "CT" stands for "Color Transparency".
22.Ektachrome 100 S
Where "S" stands for "Speed”, due to its high sensitivity. Ektachrome family was designed in early 40's.
23.Kodak Elitechrome 200
Film acclaimed by its high end color performance. Elitechrome is the amateur version of Ektachrome.
24.Agfa RSX II 200
Medium speed version of RSX II 100 film, characterized for its very particular color saturation and contrast.
25.Fuji Astia 100
Film emulation action for Photoshop, rendering very nice looking skin tones. Mainly used in fashion photography.
26.Ektachrome 100 SW
Slide film that presents a slight orange dominant, ideal when you need to compensate very cold tones.
27.Jessops CS 100
Distinguished by its cold color temperature, providing a kind of bluish tone. It is the most popular Jessops film.
Slide film from manufacturer GAF (General Aniline & Film), actually a roofing materials company from USA.
29.Kodak Kodachrome 200
Film in production from 1935 to 2007, it was the choice of print media photographers for many years.
30.Konica Centuria 200
Film emulation Photoshop action, distinguished by applying a soft greenish atmosphere on dark tones.
31.Fuji Provia 400 F
It provides similar vivid colors as Provia 100 film, but with higher speed, so adding more granularity.
32.Fuji Provia 1600
Actually discontinued, it was used in a wide range of scenes due to its high sensitivity.