I, too, took advantage of the free version (previous version 3) of Filmpack software. At first I thought I might not get much use out of it but I'm finding the B&W film conversions to be very useful. I hasten to add that I am a beginner, and I'm sure there are more sophisticated ways of going about this, but I'm finding these old B&W film conversions provide interesting touchstones. I have achieved what I consider to be pleasing results.
I have not done any portraits or people shots of any kind but I quite like the pic you posted. Which "film" did you use?
|Guess who forgot to floss this morning! by NPW UK|
from Any Bill
|_MAA3556 by apice|
from Track and Field
|Saint Andrews - The cathedral by vincenzoc|
from Frame it!
|Blue in love by Newlifecamera|
from Seven Story plots - Comedy (and romance)