What Film Simulation Recipe Was That?

I get asked at least once per week which Film Simulation Recipe was used for a picture in the Fuji X Weekly homepage gallery. It’s my fault for not telling you. I should have made it much more obvious. Maybe I should make posts with galleries (but actually include the recipes used so that you don’t have to wonder)? If you see a particular picture you like, perhaps you’ll be inspired to try that recipe.

Anyway, this article is simply an explanation of which recipe was used for each picture in the homepage gallery. If you’ve ever wondered, now you know. I’ll probably change out some of the images within the next few weeks, so keep an eye out for that.

For those keeping score, seven of the pictures were captured with a Fujifilm X100V, two were captured with a Fujifilm X-E4, and one each were captured with an X-T30, X-Pro2, and X-T200,

Find these Film Simulation Recipes and over 250 more on the Fuji X Weekly — Film Recipes App!

4 comments

  1. stuartshafran · December 13

    Fantastic collection of images! These would look good regardless of the film simulation used, but the simulations you have used really complement the pictures.

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  2. Artois · 25 Days Ago

    You forgot the most important one which is the close up of the camera in your header. Always wondered which recipe it was. Great work.

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    • Ritchie Roesch · 24 Days Ago

      Thanks so much! It was captured in 2018 using a Fujifilm X-Pro2 and Fujinon 60mm f/2.4. I used the Vintage Agfacolor recipe, but, at the time, I was trying the RNI app, and I ran the picture through it using one of their filters (I don’t remember which one). So while I captured that image using a recipe, it isn’t straight-out-of-camera. I used that picture because it had the right “color” to match the the palette of the webpage.

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