Fujifilm X100F Film Simulation Settings

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There’s been a lot of interest in my film simulation recipes, so I thought that I’d put them all in one convenient place. Hopefully this will make things a little easier for those that are looking for them. Below are the different film simulation recipes that I’ve created for the Fujifilm X100F. Simply click the links to be taken to the different recipes. If I make any more I’ll add them to this list.

Color:

My Fujifilm X100F Velvia Film Simulation Recipe

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Trees, Rocks & Cliffs – Grand Canyon NP, AZ – Fujifilm X100F

My Fujifilm X100F Astia Film Simulation Recipe

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Leaf In The Stream – Bountiful, UT – Fujifilm X100F

My Fujifilm X100F Classic Chrome Film Simulation Recipe

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Train Ride Through The Christmas Tunnel – Scottsdale, AZ – Fujifilm X100F

My Fujifilm X100F Vintage Kodachrome Film Simulation Recipe

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Old Log In Kolob Canyon – Zion NP, UT – Fujifilm X100F

My Fujifilm X100F PRO Neg. Hi Film Simulation Recipe

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Christmas Joy – Scottsdale, AZ – Fujifilm X100F

My Fujifilm X100F Fujicolor Superia 800 Film Simulation Recipe

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Caramel Macchiato – Sandy, UT – Fujifilm X100F

My Fujifilm X100F CineStill 800T Film Simulation Recipe

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Where Was Your Head That Day? – Farmington, UT – Fujifilm X100F

My Fujifilm X100F Eterna Film Simulation Recipe

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Expedition Lodge – Moab, UT – Fujifilm X100F

My Fujifilm X100F Kodak Portra 400 Film Simulation Recipe

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Jump – South Weber, UT – Fujifilm X100F

My Fujifilm X100F Kodak Ektar 100 Film Simulation Recipe

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Summer Boy – Layton, UT – Fujifilm X100F

My Fujifilm X100F Cross Process Film Simulation Recipe

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Taos Umbrella – Taos, NM – Fujifilm X100F

Monochrome:

My Fujifilm X100F Acros Film Simulation Recipe

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Walking Man – SLC, UT – Fujifilm X100F

My Fujifilm X100F Acros Push-Process Film Simulation Recipe

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Watchtower Sky – Grand Canyon NP, AZ – Fujifilm X100F

My Fujifilm X100F Agfa Scala Film Simulation Recipe

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Truck Stop – Bowie, TX – Fujifilm X100F

My Fujifilm X100F Ilford HP5 Plus Film Simulation Recipe

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Grey Salt Lake – Antelope Island SP, UT – Fujifilm X100F

See also:
My Fujifilm X-Pro2 Kodachrome II Film Simulation Recipe
My Fujifilm X-Pro2 Dramatic Classic Chrome Film Simulation Recipe
My Fujifilm X-Pro2 Vintage Agfacolor Film Simulation Recipe
[Not] My Fujifilm X-Pro2 Tri-X Push-Process Film Simulation Recipe
My Fujifilm X-T20 Aged Photo Film Simulation Recipe
My Fujifilm X-T20 Kodak Ektachrome 100SW Film Simulation Recipe

56 comments

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  4. Luís Costa · May 22, 2018

    Do you take requests for film simulations? I would love to see your recipe for a Kodak Portra simulation! 😉

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  6. Luís Costa · May 22, 2018

    If you want give me your email address and I’ll send you the link to an album taken with the Kodak Portra 400.

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  8. Jackie · June 7, 2018

    Hi Ritchie,
    Thanks for sharing all these film simulation settings , I love them all.

    Would you be able to replicate the look of Ektar 100 film?

    Thanks

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  11. dsda · June 19, 2018

    i love your recipes really. Your classic chrome setting, potra setting, eterna setting …. i use them these days a lot !
    as your fan… can i ask you make another one … fujicolor c200 … if you’re busy, don’t mind… anyway thanks for settings…

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    • Ritchie Roesch · June 19, 2018

      Funny thing, I’ve never used this film, but I have two rolls of it sitting around. Maybe this is a good excuse to use it….

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      • dsda · June 20, 2018

        thanks ! for your kindness… and your recipes…

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  14. Carmel Zurbano · July 24, 2018

    Love your film simulation recipes! We are spoiled of choices here. I have been trying to adapt the JPEG only approach as I struggle to find the time to post process my photos. Your film simulations are a great starting point and a big help. Thank you!

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    • Ritchie Roesch · July 24, 2018

      Thank you! That’s kind of how the recipes started, looking for ways to speed up the time it takes to get a finished photograph.

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  15. Egil Wiken Sunde · July 24, 2018

    Hi! Discovered this blog today (googled x100f reviews from the last month), and I`ve read a lot of fun articles so far. Thanks for sharing these film settings!

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  28. Kris kichev · October 29

    Really nice recipes and info at general ! Can you share with us how to add 7 different settings on the x100f since it can take up to 3 custom WB settings and there too many film simulation that somebody would like to try with different B and R points ?

    Thanks and keep the good work !

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    • Ritchie Roesch · October 29

      The custom white balance option is a custom measurement, and only one film simulation recipe calls for that. You can only save one white balance shift, unfortunately. I have the different shifts memorized, but you might want to write it down or make a note on your phone or something for quick reference. I hope in the future that Fujifilm will allow you to assign custom white balance shifts to your quick access custom presets. That would make things much easier.

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  33. Roby Ferrero · December 3

    Big surprise!
    I’ve always wondered why Fujifilm, as an ideal street camera, did not simulate the Fujipress 800 film for its cameras.

    I’m excited to ask you if you could try experimenting with this fantastic simulation.

    It is wonderful to find good old films like the HP5, the Tri-X, in your simulations.
    Incredible to find the CineStill 800T, the cross-processing, and all the others.

    Surprising to see how truly they remind me of the originals, in some cases so resounding!

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    • Ritchie Roesch · December 3

      I appreciate all of your kind words! I wonder sometimes why Fujifilm doesn’t offer more film simulation options. They’re great and they are popular, so why not put more effort into creating them? Perhaps they will in the future. In the meantime I will continue to make recipes based on classic films. Thank you for commenting!

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  34. Mark Harris Subang · December 10

    Hello! I would like to thank you for sharing these film simulation recipes. My friends noticed how they differ from the pictures took by someone they know that has also a camera from other brand. And they tend to search for me if I’m around to take the pictures with my camera instead of their own smartphones. But one thing will make me the happiest person this Christmas if you can make the Fuji Natura 1600. They say it is the same with Fuji Superia 1600? Thank you and looking forward for my humble request. 😉

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    • Ritchie Roesch · December 10

      Fuji Natura 1600 is a film simulation that I have worked on. The issue I came across is the tone, as the film has almost a peach hue, but I will indeed keep working at it. Thank you for commenting!

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  35. Stefan (sfphotogrphr) · February 6

    What are your 7 favorite film simulations, that you have entered into the settings of your X100f?

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    • Ritchie Roesch · February 6

      Kodachrome II, Velvia, Superia 800, Fujicolor 400H, Tri-X, Agfa Scala and Acros Push-Process. I mean, those are my current 7 favorites, as it changes sometimes. Thank you for asking!

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  36. Eric Manten · February 20

    Ritchie, these are great presets and very helpful. I just recently ‘stumbled’ upon these and started trying them out. I actually wrote a blog post on them – with referring and linking to your site of course – which will be published this Thursday (2/21/2019 4pm EST) on https://www.mantenphotography.com/blog/2019/2/further-exploring-the-fujifilm-x100f
    Thanks for researching, developing, and sharing!!

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