Creative Collective 010: 14 Film Simulation Recipes for Snow Photography

Two Cold Horses – Farmington, UT – Fujifilm X-T1 – “Winter Slide”

I recently created an X-Trans II film simulation recipe specifically for wintry conditions called Winter Slide. While I have many recipes that will do well photographing snow, creating a recipe specifically for that particular condition is unusual. Since winter is here, I thought it would be a fun exercise to examine how several recipes do when photographing snow. By several, I mean 14 recipes!

So let’s take a look at how these 14 different film simulation recipes do photographing in wintry conditions!

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6 comments

  1. Khürt Williams · December 18

    I was hoping to see some black and white recipes. There isn’t much colour in New Jersey in the winter. Not even a blue sky.

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    • Ritchie Roesch · December 19

      I made the assumption that all of the B&W recipes would do well enough, and that the differences in the color recipes mattered more. But maybe my assumption was short-sighted? A white Christmas is forecasted, so maybe I can try this again but with B&W. I appreciate the input!

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  2. Khürt Williams · December 27

    Thanks Ritchie. I’ve struggled to decide which recipe to use under what conditions.

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  3. rpmik · January 2

    Very handy with today’s rare frost in the Central Valley of California! No snow in the valley, so that’s as good as it gets. Superia 1600 did the job.

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    • Ritchie Roesch · January 3

      Awesome! I love the Superia 1600 recipe myself. Has a great analog soul to it.

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