Creative Collective 022: FXW Zine — Issue 06 — May 2022

The sixth issue of FXW Zine is out, and if you are a Fuji X Weekly Creative Collective subscriber, you can download it now!

What’s in the May issue? The cover story is Goodbye, Utah, which is an ode to Utah, since I am moving from that state. This issue concludes with an article about double-exposure scenes-in-jars photography. There are a total of 19 photographs this month, including the cover image (above). I hope that you find it enlightening, entertaining, and inspiring!

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2 comments

  1. lukemerrill · 14 Days Ago

    Looks like I’m going to have to subscribe 🙂 Forgive me if this is a topic you’ve already covered, but as I get to know more and more film simulations (X-trans III in my case) I’m discovering some extra hard working simulations, like the Kodachrome II simulation where I can switch from Classic Chrome to Velvia, and it becomes Kodak Ektachrome 100SW. I love both of these! I have also discovered that by shifting the white balance on Fujicolor Superia 800 to Auto +5R, –3B I have very similar settings to your Aged Color simulation… again, both of which I am enjoying. I’m guessing there are some other discoveries that I haven’t made yet. It would be very interesting to know of other tricks you or others may have discovered? All the best on your move to Arizona!

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    • Ritchie Roesch · 12 Days Ago

      It’s always fun when you “accidentally” discover a small change produces something wonderful. The Vintage Vibes recipe is a great example of this. I’ll have to try that shift on the Superia 800 recipe—thanks for the tip! I appreciate your comment!

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