Film Simulation Recipe Cards, Part 2!

Part 1

Oleksii Prytuhin has done it again! He created 9 more Film Simulation Recipe Cards to add to your collection!

I cannot tell you just how incredibly popular these are! The first 12 Film Simulation Recipe Cards that Oleksii created have been downloaded over 20,000 times! Even Fujirumors shared it. It’s such a great idea! People are really loving the cards!

These are credit-card-sized cards with Oleskii’s favorite film simulation recipes printed on them. They can be kept in a wallet for quick and easy reference. He printed them 86x54mm on thick paper with matte lamination. Feel free to download them and print them yourself, or save it to your phone.

The nine film simulation recipes that are on these cards are: Velvia, PRO Neg. Hi, Fujicolor Pro 400H, Kodak Tri-X Push Process, Kodak Ektachrome 100SW, Kodak Ultramax, Kodak Ektar 100, Classic Chrome, and… Luis Costa’s X-Trans III Classic Chrome recipe that Oleksii slightly modified to his own liking. Try it out! These are all X-Trans III recipes, but they’re also compatible with X-Trans IV cameras.

Oleksii gave me permission to share the PDF with you. If you’re interested in printing these cards for yourself, click the download button below (it will open up the file, which you can download), and print them! There’s also a Word document that contains the individual JPEGs, if that works better for you. I want to give Oleksii a big “thank you” for creating these and sharing them, and I invite you to give him a thank you in the comments if you download them. I appreciate it, and I know the whole Fujifilm community appreciates it!


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  2. yukosteel · November 8, 2020

    Great work done by Oleksii Prytuhin again! Thank you, and thanks for sharing!

  3. Luís Costa · November 8, 2020

    This is such a great idea, thank you for doing this Oleksii and for including one of my recipes in there! 😊👍

  4. ccwh · November 8, 2020

    Great work ! I love

  5. Khürt Williams · November 8, 2020

    Wow! Thank you Oleksii! This is awesome. I’m downloading these to my iCloud for easy access from my iPhone. I don’t have an X-Pro3 but if I did I think it would be awesome to have these displayed on the rear LCD.

  6. Randy Photography · November 8, 2020

    Thank you, huge help and a quick check with these makes it even easier to use.

  7. Marc · November 9, 2020

    Thank you, this is awesome 🙂

  8. Robin Pole · November 9, 2020

    Amazing work, guys. Thank you.

    I tried printing these cards, but I had some difficulty with the formatting. I’ll play around with it when I get home. I’m of to the beach for 3 days to try the Ektarchrome 100SW out.

  9. Essere · November 22, 2020

    Thanks for great work! I get myself a deck of all 2 parts, leaving the back blank so I can write note on it if necessary.

  10. M.Salte · January 2, 2021

    Great job. One note: the Jpeg files should be included in a zip, not in a Microsoft Word Document, as it just makes it more difficult to extract them. Docx is not a proper container for image files. Just insert the images in a folder and zip the whole folder (compression is not needed as it’s useless with jpeg files).

  11. J Griffith · January 17

    These are awesome! I wonder if anyone could ask Oleksii if he could share the original file he created these from so we could make our own cards? Find our own artwork and enter the numbers ourselves, but keep the same awesome format?

    Just grabbed all the jpegs from the word file, thinking about sending them to CVS to make each one a cheap 4×6 print for my camera bag.

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