I have created many different film simulation recipes that you can program into your Fujifilm camera to mimic the look of different films and aesthetics. It can be difficult to know when to use each. I’m creating a series of articles called Film Simulation Reviews, which you’ll find below, that demonstrate different film simulation recipes used in various situations. Hopefully this is helpful to you, especially if you are unsure of which ones to use when.
Planting Flowers with Kodak Gold 200
Light & Shadow with Ilford Delta Push-Process
Waiting with Fujicolor 100 Industrial
Walk in the Park, Part 1: Kodak Ektar 100
Walk in the Park, Part 2: Kodak Portra 160
Dreary Day with Fujicolor Superia 800
Kodak Portra 400: New vs. Original
Changing Light, Part 1: Velvia
Changing Light, Part 2: Ilford HP5 Plus
Abandoned RV Dealership with Kodak Portra 400
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