Back in October I took a quick vacation to Montana. I’ve shared some of those pictures on this website, but many of them I haven’t, because I’ve been busy with other things. Today marks Winter Solstice, which means fall is officially over, yet I’ve finally just now found the time to post some of my autumn pictures from that Montana trip!
All of these pictures were captured with my Fujifilm X100V. The film simulation recipes that I used were Kodak Portra 400 v2 (currently only available on the Fuji X Weekly App for iOS), an experiment (which I had actually forgotten about until I was reviewing these pictures) where I used Classic Negative instead of Classic Chrome with the Kodak Portra 400 v2 recipe (I might have also adjusted the WB Shift a little, I don’t remember), and The Rockwell for a few pictures (I think I might have made an adjustment or two to that recipe on this trip, but, again, I don’t really remember). Most of these pictures were captured with that Classic Negative experiment, and I realize that I need to revisit it, because the results are pretty good!
The Fujifilm X100V is such a great camera to carry around on vacation. It’s small enough that it’s not in the way, yet it’s capable of capturing amazing pictures. It rained while I was there, and the camera survived getting a little wet. The X100V is my favorite travel camera hands down, and I enjoy it immensely. It’s not the right tool for every situation, but it’s the camera that I use most often, especially when on vacation.
more times than I want to admit I have double click over a picture on your site to say (I like it)
well, I guess its not Instagram but I will keep on liking it 😉
That’s so funny! I wish you could double-click to like. I appreciate the encouragement!
The photos are excellent and the exact recipe need to be published 🙂
Oh, I hope to publish it, but I need to make sure that it’s right (and also, I need to make sure I remember what I did). Thank you!
Nice photos, do you have a rough idea of when the recipes will be published on this site?
Thanks! I don’t know for sure, but likely sometime in January.
Such gorgeous photos. I especially like the Red – Big Fork, MT one. To bad you cannot make it into a puzzle, it would drive people crazy.
Thank you! That sure would make for a difficult puzzle, wouldn’t it?!