Film Simulation Recipes

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Fujifilm X-T1 (X-Trans II) Film Simulation Recipe: Porto 200

I was asked to make a film simulation recipe for Fujifilm X-Trans II cameras that mimics the aesthetic of photographer João Falcão (Instagram). I got pretty close to his look with this recipe, although perhaps not exact. Certainly if you like João’s aesthetic, you’ll appreciate these settings. It produces some really nice results! I call […]

Review: Fujifilm X-T200 – Budget Camera, Beautiful Pictures

The Fujifilm X-T200 is a reasonably-priced mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera that has solid specs for both stills and video. I was actually quite surprised by this camera: it’s better than I thought it would be. Just because it’s a little less expensive, doesn’t mean it’s not good. The X-T200 is a budget camera that captures beautiful […]

Film Simulation Recipe Cards

There are almost 100 different film simulation recipes on Fuji X Weekly! One problem with having so many different recipes to choose from is that your Fujifilm camera can only save seven custom presets at a time. If there’s more than seven recipes that you regularly use, it can be inconvenient to keep track of […]

Welcome to the New Fuji X Weekly!

Fuji X Weekly has been revamped! I’ve made a bunch of changes to this website, hopefully good ones. One thing that you might notice right away is there’s a brand-new homepage, which is where you land when you type into your browser. From there you can choose where you want to go. The “old” […]

Fujifilm X-M1 (X-Trans I) Film Simulation Recipe: Vivid Color

The Fujifilm X-M1 doesn’t have nearly as many JPEG options as newer X-Series cameras have; however, that doesn’t mean that this camera can’t produce great-looking images straight-out-of-camera. This film simulation recipe is proof of that, as it simply looks great! Many of you don’t have X-Trans I cameras, since there were only three models made: […]

New: Fujifilm X-S10

It seems like everyone is talking about the newly announced Fujifilm X-S10, an upcoming mid-range interchangeable-lens mirrorless camera with in-body image stabilization (IBIS). This new camera will be released on November 19 for $1,000 for the body-only. The X-S10 is a new line, not just a new camera. Fujifilm obviously didn’t listen to my advice […]

Fuji X Weekly Update

It’s been very quiet here on Fuji X Weekly, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t been busy. In fact, the opposite is true. I wanted to give you a quick update so that you know what’s going on. First, I’ve been revamping this website. It will have a new look pretty soon. I was hoping […]

Fujifilm X-M1 (X-Trans I) Film Simulation Recipe: Monochrome

Fujifilm introduced the world to the X-Trans sensor in January of 2012 with the announcement of the X-Pro1 camera. Later that same year the X-E1 became the second camera with this new sensor, and a year later the X-M1 became the third and final camera to have the original X-Trans sensor. Even before the X-M1 […]

Fujifilm X100V Film Simulation Recipe: CineStill 800T

I created my original CineStill 800T film simulation recipe about two-and-a-half years ago. That recipe has remained quite popular. It’s received a lot of positive feedback and I remain quite proud of it. That recipe was created for X-Trans III cameras, but newer models have more JPEG options. I’ve been asked a few times if […]

Fujifilm X100V Film Simulation Recipe: B&W Superia

Sometimes it’s fun to experiment with the settings on different film simulation recipes—make small changes and see what the results are. My Ektachrome 100SW recipe come about because someone took my Kodachrome II recipe and used Velvia instead of Classic Chrome. I did a similar experiment recently with my Kodachrome 64 recipe. This B&W Superia […]

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