I am happy to announce that Film Shots Lightroom Plugin is now available for anyone to use
To start install Film Shots on your device or upgrade to the latest version
What does it do?Very simply it imports Film Shots metadata into Lightroom catalog and stores it in a separate metadata section. This means that, if you use a digital camera to “scan” your films, Film Shots will not override the metadata produced by the camera, so that Lightroom still knows how to apply camera and lens corrections. When you export your photos, you can enable Film Shots export post-processing action and it will override EXIF of the exported photos with your film metadata. It does it using Phil Harvey’s Exiftool – a powerful command line application. You don’t need to install or run it manually – the plugin comes prepackaged with it and runs it automatically in background.
InstallationFirst download leaf500.com/download/filmlog.lrplugin.zip then install it like you would any other Lightroom plugin:
- Unzip the it somewhere convenient, just make sure you don’t delete it accidentally afterwards. So probably not your ‘downloads’ folder.
- Open File->Plugin Manager, click ‘Add’ and point to the filmlog.lrplugin folder