Fujifilm Fujicolor Pro 400H Portrait Film Recipe (Portrait Version)
Japanese Color Tone for Fujifilm X-Trans IV Cameras
Mood: Japanese, Vintage, Warm, Bright
Fujicolor Pro 400H Portrait Film Recipe
This portrait version of Fujicolor Pro 400H is best shot overexposed to maintain the contrast, slightly lowering the shadow and can also be overexposed up to one stop for creative portraits, well if you like this kind of look. If you want to overexpose your image, I suggest doing a low-contrast scene with good lighting without blowing the highlights, it might look a little flat but nothing is perfect. It is also one of the best film recipes for wedding photoshoot, compared to other custom settings. Check out the pre-wedding photoshoot with Fujicolor Pro 400H recipe results for sample photos.
If you want something more dreamy, the FX filters such as the diffusion filter also work best with the backlight portrait technique by finding the best natural light and try not to have direct sunlight behind your subject, if you get what I mean. If you don’t mind blowing the highlights, go for it, as there are no rules in photography when it comes to creativity. Alright, enough of mumbling here, let’s get back to the main topic.
Fujicolor Pro 400H (Portrait Version ) Custom Settings
Grain Effect / Grain Size
Color Chrome Effect / FX Blue
Strong / Strong
Daylight, Red 0 & Blue -1
Up to +1 1/3
Auto up to ISO 6400
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