More Fujifilm Film Simulation Recipes!

Boy, did I go down a rabbit hole this morning!

As you probably know, I have published over 200 Film Simulation Recipes for Fujifilm cameras—it’s fast approaching 250! There are so many looks that you can achieve straight-out-of-camera no matter your Fujifilm model. But I’m not the only one who has created recipes, and maybe you’re after some look that I haven’t yet published, so I thought I’d compile a list of websites where you can find more recipes. Using Google, I was shocked by what I found: so many people have published recipes! I’m sure my list below is not exhaustive—if you know of something I’ve missed, feel free to leave it in the comments. It’s really quite amazing what’s out there!

If you have the Fuji X Weekly App on your phone and are an App Patron, you can use the Blank Recipe Cards feature to add any recipe that you find to the App so that you can always have it with you. Or if you’ve created your own recipe, you can add it into the App. Or if there’s a recipe that you’ve modified in some way and want to keep track of that modification, you can use it for that purpose, too.

Anyway, below are various websites that I found that have Film Simulation Recipes for Fujifilm cameras. Take a look!

Fuji X Weekly Community Recipes

Life, Unintended (Luis Costa)

Jamie Chance Travels

Pete Takes Pictures

Kevin Mullins

One Camera One Lens

Piotr’s Recipes

Reggie Ballesteros

Captn Look

Craig Bergonzoni

Kebs Cayabyab


Øyvind Nordhagen

The Big Negative

Alik Griffin

Helen Fennell

The Broketographers


Best Light Photo


  1. Luís Costa · March 31, 2022

    Such a wonderful community, thanks for sharing!

    • Ritchie Roesch · March 31, 2022

      You are welcome. And, yes, it is a wonderful community! Thank you for all your contributions.

  2. Khürt Williams · April 1, 2022

    I use a lot of Luis Costa and Jamie Chance recipes.

  3. justingould · April 1, 2022

    Thanks for pulling this together Ritchie. I’ve also found Shark & Palm, which has some really nice ones too.

    • Ritchie Roesch · April 1, 2022

      Three of the four recipes in that article (Kodacolor, Urban Vintage Chrome, and Superia 800) are from this website. I’m not sure where the other one came from (it’s not mine), but I doubt it is original to them. That’s why I didn’t include that article in this post. Even so, I’m sure it’s a helpful resource, so I appreciate you sharing it!

  4. Rob · April 2, 2022

    Thank you so much for sharing this list Ritchie!

    I follow Joe Allam on YouTube, he tried to put his “Urban Stone” preset philosophy into a recipe. STill got to try this one out to be honest, but it already sits in one of my custom presets already:

    One of my all-time favorites from your lists’ authors is the Tsukiji Recipe by Kebs Cayabyab, although I used it for various non-street occasions:

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