Nomadic Mood – Moody Travel Film Simulation Recipe for Fujifilm X-Trans IV

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Are you looking for a film simulation recipe for landscape and moody travel types of Fujifilm recipes? This will be your go-to Fujifilm X-Trans IV recipe for nature photography, landscape, street and night photography, the ultimate all-in-one Fujifilm recipe for travel.

As given the name ‘Nomadic Mood‘, this versatile all-in-one film recipe is great for Fujifilm travel photographers who love to travel from place to place. If you’re looking for the very best in an all-in-one Fujifilm film simulation recipe, then you’ve come to the right place.

Whether it’s sunrise or sunset, rugged terrain or rolling hills, or a gorgeous mountain range on an epic trail, capturing and showcasing the beautiful lands is something that many people strive for.

What Nomadic Mood recipe is all about?

Listed as one of the best Fuji recipes, Nomadic Mood is an all-in-one film simulation recipe for Fujifilm X-Trans IV for all types of travel photography including landscape, street photography, and night photography.

This film simulation recipe for travel was created while I was having my holiday in Georgetown, a UNESCO heritage site in Malaysia, and a recent road trip to a popular tourist attraction in the highlands for some landscape shots.

This recipe is created using the Classic Negative film simulation, which is one of the best film simulations for landscapes. All the SOOC images are shot using either Aperture Priority or manual settings depending on the light condition.

This recipe’s grain effect is increased to achieve the vintage film look. As this recipe is created for the latest X-Trans IV sensors, the Kodachrome Film Classic is created as an alternative for Classic Chrome users.

Nomadic Mood Film Recipe Custom Settings

If you are into videography or shooting vlogs with your Fujifilm cameras, then check out the Nomadic Film, one of the movie recipes for Fujifilm.

Nomadic Mood Sample Images

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If you’re looking for more specific types of Fujifilm recipes, do check out the Fujifilm X-Trans IV simulation recipes for the street fashion recipe, low-light film simulation recipes, expired film recipes and many more. Feel free to try out this recipe for your next travel and share this with your Fujifilm photographer friends.

If you are looking for a faster shooting style while traveling without the hassle to change to other custom film simulations, then this is the one to go for.

The photos above are shot with the Fujifilm X-T4 – AmazonUS

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4 Responses

  1. Thanks for the Nomadic recipe for X-T4! However I was confused by the last two bits:

    ISO: Auto – 6400
    Exposure Compensation -1/3 to +1/3

    There is nowhere to enter these while editing on x-T4. Is that an error? Or am I missing something?


    1. Hi Scot,

      thank you for using the Nomadic recipe!

      Both the settings are separate camera settings which is not in the film simulation custom settings menu. Hope this helps. 😀

      1. For the ISO, you can select the ISO dial to Auto with maximum ISO of 6400. (can be set under the menu > Shooting Settings > ISO Auto Settings)
      2. Exposure compensation is the dial near the shutter button on the X-T4. You can get started by setting it to 0 and adjust accordingly to your liking. 😀


      Best Regards,

  2. Would be nice to have something similar for the x-trans 1 sensor … (as far as that is possible anyway) would love to have it on my x-e1 or x-m1.

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