The Green Pack Pro (Previously Fujifilm Pro)
The Green Pack Pro (Previously Fujifilm Pro)
The Green Pack Pro (Previously Fujifilm Pro)
The Green Pack Pro (Previously Fujifilm Pro)
The Green Pack Pro (Previously Fujifilm Pro)
The Green Pack Pro (Previously Fujifilm Pro)
The Green Pack Pro (Previously Fujifilm Pro)

The Green Pack Pro (Previously Fujifilm Pro)

Regular price$195.00
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Editing Software
Collection

The Green Pack Pro includes film profiles that will give you great looks no matter what you are photographing. From the incredibly popular Pro400H in several different exposures to discontinued films such as Pro160S, Pro160C and Pro800Z, you will find a look you love.

Add the legacy option for Adobe Lightroom for our complete library of profiles dating back to the beginning of C1ick in 2018.

Pro160S

The lowest contrast of The Green Pack Pro. Pro160S is known for soft skin tones and colors. The Pro160 film profile is a great choice for wedding, portrait and fashion photography.

Pro160C

Vivid with high contrast. Pro160C is perfect for everything from landscapes and architecture to portrait and fashion photography.

Pro400H

The most popular film profile in The Green Pack Pro, Pro400H is known for it’s impressionistic rendering of life with beautiful skin tones and soft colors. Pro400H is a great match for wedding, portrait, fashion and commercial photography.

Pro800Z

The highest color saturation of the film profiles in The Green Pack Pro. Pro800Z is a high contrast, vivid film that is great for weddings, portraits and fashion photography.

**Frontier and Noritsu versions of all films are included**

The Archetype Process profiles for Lightroom work in ACR (Adobe Camera Raw) 10.3 and newer, Lightroom Classic CC 7.3 and newer, Lightroom CC 1.3 and newer, and Lightroom Mobile.

The Archetype Process for Capture One is compatible with Capture One 10.1.2 and newer. Earlier versions do not support The Archetype Process Styles.

The profiles for Lightroom and Capture One were built using the same film scans but there are differences in how the profiles are applied between the two programs.

One important difference is that Capture One does not allow the Layer Opacity to be adjusted on the ICC Profiles that TAP profiles use.  This means that the profiles are applied at their full amount and cannot be reduced.

Lightroom allows the profile to be adjusted using the profile amount slider and can be reduced or increased.

If you have already purchased The Green Pack Pro (previously Fujifilm Pro) for Adobe Lightroom, the previous versions (v1-v5) are available here...

The Green Pack Pro Legacy

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Due to the nature of digital download products, all sales are final and there are no refunds or exchanges.

Testimonial

Stephanie Rosenthal

@lavender.fig

"With the ever increasing cost of film and the long film turnaround times, especially during busy season, I have been picking up my digital camera a lot more often. TAP makes it SO easy for me to match my digital work to my film work (even before I get my film back from the lab!). The skin tones are creamy, the greens are spot on, and everything in between is just perfect. Nothing else on the market even remotely compares to these profiles. I recommend TAP to all of my mentees as well as my photographer friends for both their professional and personal work."