A significant milestone was reached when I published the new Kodak High Definition Plus 200 film simulation recipe yesterday: 200 recipes on the Fuji X Weekly App! Yes, if you have the Fuji X Weekly App on your mobile device, you have access wherever you are to 200 film simulation recipes for Fujifilm cameras! Amazing!
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Let’s countdown the last 10 recipes that brought us to 200:
191 — Ektachrome E100GX (Nov 17th)
192 — Retro Gold (Nov 21st)
193 — Retro Gold Low Contrast (Nov 23rd)
194 — Fujicolor Analog (Nov 29th)
195 — Kodachrome 25 (Nov 30th)
196 — Vintage Kodacolor (Dec 6th)
197 — Fujicolor NPL 160 Tungsten (Dec. 6th)
198 — Ilford XP2 Super 400 (Dec. 10th)
199 — Winter Slide (Dec. 13th)
200 — Kodak High Definition Plus 200 (Dec. 13th)
Which of these ten recipes are your favorites? Let me know in the comments!
There are actually more than 200 Fuji X Weekly film simulation recipes! Unfortunately, I’m not able to include in the App the ones that require double exposures because they’re more complicated and the format doesn’t allow it. So when I published Retro Gold Low Contrast, that was actually the 200th Fuji X Weekly film simulation recipe. The recipes below are ones you won’t find in the App, and are in addition to the 200 that are there.
Faded Monochrome (X-Trans II)
Vintage Color Fade
Have you ever tried any of these double exposure recipes? If so, which one is your favorite? Should I make more like these?
Congratulations Ritchie ! But most of all: thaaaaank you for all the hard work you put to offer us these film simulations 🤗
Among all of them, can you think of one which might look like https://www.google.fr/search?q=soo+burnell+to+the+water&tbm=isch?
My initial thought is that Fujicolor Super HG v2 is the closest (and to a lessor extent Fujicolor Super HG). I appreciate your kind words!
Thanks ! i have to practice double exposure. Juste try faded with monochrome (xtrans I), realy fun at home.
I appreciate the input!
Congrats Ritchie! My favorite is definitely the Kodak Tri-X 400 which is the one I used the most on my X-Pro3. Which color film simulation would you recommend me to replicate a cinematic look? Thanks!
I think recipes that use Eterna are great, and sometimes Pro Neg Std. Being particular with the lighting and using a diffusion filter will go a long ways towards achieving a cinematic look. Try Kodak Vision3 250D, Eterna, Eterna V2, Eterna v3, and the CineStill recipes.
I will try those, thank you!