For those who watch the monthly SOOC broadcast, the current recipe-of-the-month is Fujichrome Sensia 100. We introduced that Film Simulation Recipe in the last episode, and we will finish our discussion of it in the next show, which will be in one week, on Thursday, November 17th. I hope that you’ll join us! Don’t forget to upload your photos captured with the Fujichrome Sensia 100 Film Simulation Recipe (click here) by November 15th to be shown in the next broadcast.
Speaking of the next SOOC broadcast, after we finish our discussion of the Fujichrome Sensia 100 recipe, we’ll introduce the next recipe-of-the-month, which will be Kodak Ektachrome 100SW. It produces warm and vibrant colors, which I find especially well suited for landscape photography. Be sure to set a reminder, so that you don’t miss the episode!
For those who don’t know, SOOC is a monthly live video series, with each episode focused on a different Film Simulation Recipe. It is a collaboration between Tame Your Fujifilm (Fujifilm X-Photographer Nathalie Boucry) and Fuji X Weekly (Ritchie Roesch). SOOC is a fun and educational experience where we not only talk about Fujifilm camera settings, but also answer your questions and give tips and tricks. Basically, we’re trying to help you master your Fujifilm camera, with a focus on simplifying your photographic workflow. It’s also interactive, and your participation makes it great!
Even though I have my own photography projects going on and I’m always working on new Film Simulation Recipes, I also shoot with the recipes that we discuss in each episode (plus the upcoming episode). I have been using both the Fujichrome Sensia 100 and the Kodak Ektachrome 100SW recipes. I don’t just ask you to use the recipes, myself and Nathalie both use them, too—we’re doing it together as a community.
If you have a Fujifilm X-Trans III or newer camera, I invite you to program and shoot with the Fujichrome Sensia 100 Film Simulation Recipe, and share with us your results. While you’re at it, load the Kodak Ektachrome 100SW recipe into your camera, too, and have it ready to go for next week.
If you missed the last SOOC broadcast, which really was a good one, you can watch it below. It’s a bit long (we have a little problem called “time management”… 🤣), but I believe you’ll find it worthwhile.
See you next Thursday!
Hey Ritchie, I am giving up by beloved “rangefinder design” X-Pro2 and have ordered an X-T5. A while back I wrote to Fujiand asking them to produce a camera with the EXACT features on the X-T5, so since Fuji did their part and made me a camera with lots of “Fuji dials,” tons of pixels, apparently an excellent autofocus system, a flip screen, and a small size, I figure I needed to “reward” them by buying an X-T5. So I did it. Now I need to sell my X-Pro2 and my X-E3, along with a couple lenses, to pay for the new camera. Wish me luck…. Bob
You put your money where your mouth is, and I respect that a lot! However, it would be very difficult for me to sell an X-Pro2… I had a great opportunity to use one for six months (long story) awhile back, and it broke my heart to give it up. I think you’ll really like the X-T5!
Hi, Ritchie. I don’t know if you like when sharing videos that mention your work. I mean, some creators prefer to not reflect much in what others say in order to not limit themselves. Anyway, I saw a couple of interesting videos where your work is mentioned. One is here https://youtu.be/gQhGQ3k-Upg from 5:55 and in https://youtu.be/Yd4OpoJ8_mc from 2:55 about your film simulations for Ricoh : D. I am sure if I would watch more videos I would see more mentions.
Thanks so much for pointing it out! 😀
See you there 👌