My name is Ritchie Roesch and I live in Salt Lake City, Utah. I’ve been a part-time and hobby photographer for two decades. I studied photography in college under June Van Cleef. I started off using 35mm film, and I’ve been shooting digital for about 10 years now. I’m not a pro (I have made a couple of unsuccessful attempts at that), but I wouldn’t call myself an amateur, either.

Fuji X Weekly is a photography blog dedicated to all things Fujifilm. It’s an online journal where I talk about my experiences and opinions. Yes, it’s me talking about my cameras, which are all Fujifilm X series cameras, such as the X100F, X-Pro2, X-T30 and XF10. If that sounds interesting to you, I invite you to follow this blog and check back frequently.

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  2. love your work on film simulations. thanks for big inspo, playing with my xt3 and my upcoming back up xt30. ive been a fuji user since day 1 but i had to go away from fuji cause the lack of mp that i needed for work which got me using nikon d810 which i love also, but glad to be back as 26mp is good enough for my paying customers.

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    • Ritchie Roesch · March 1, 2019

      Glad that you like the film simulation recipes! Thank you for commenting!


  3. thehanoichamomile · March 8, 2019

    Hi Ritchie!
    This is Kira from Vietnam. Just switched from Sony to Fujifilm and was a bit struggled with color setting, but then found out your blog through searching “fujifilm” through wordpress reader. I’ve skimmed all of your film recipe and find it very useful! Gonna read again and try out with my new X-T20.
    Thank you so much!

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  4. Lorenzo · May 22

    Hi Ritchie! This is Lorenzo from Rome. I started shooting with a Fuji camera, the X-20, some years ago. Today I have the X-E1 which I use mostly with my old Nikon lens and the XT-20. Thank you very much for your film simulation recipes. It’s like going back in time when I was a student in the 70s with my beloved Nikkormat.

    Thank you vert much!

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  5. Anna · June 21

    Greetings from Poland. Thank you for your work and sharing it. I’m starting my adventure with your recipes. I chose Kodakchrome II, Vintage Kodakchrome, Agfa Optima and Ilford HP5 Plus for my XT2.

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  7. Janice · August 6

    Awesome blog, i was recommended this by another photographer, i’m keen to try out the Film Simulation Challenge! Keep up the great work on this blog

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  8. Just chanced upon your site and love your film simulation recipes. I have worked at Fujifilm for nearly 30 years and have been shooting for at least 50. Your attention to detail and to colour science is to be commended.

    Keep up the good work. Would love to see a Reala recipe here.

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    • Ritchie Roesch · November 9

      I appreciate your feedback and encouragement! I will see if I can create a Reala recipe for you.


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