Kodak Ultramax Film Recipe For Fujifilm Cameras
Kodak Ultramax 400 Inspired Film-Look Recipe for Portraits & Streets
Mood: Color Pop, Vintage, Warm
Greetings everyone! I hope you are all doing well. As you may know, it has been some time now since I released a new film recipe, but wait no further because I am excited to bring you my latest creation! I proudly present to you the all-new, Kodak Ultramax film recipe, finely crafted for your Fujifilm cameras! Inspired by the Kodak Ultramax 400 film stock, this recipe is the result of countless hours of experimentation, with the aim of bringing out the best tones and colors in your photos.
I am confident that this recipe will surpass your expectations and elevate your photography to new heights. Trust me, you don’t want to miss out on this one! So without further ado, let’s get snap-happy and capture some amazing memories with this phenomenal film recipe.
Understanding the Kodak Ultramax Film Recipe
Kodak Ultramax 400 is a popular film stock widely used by photographers for its vibrant colors and fine grain. It captures the essence of any scene with a classic look that’s perfect for travel and casual shoots. If you’re a fan of Kodak Ultramax 400 film stock, you’ll love this recipe. The recipe is based on the Classic Negative film simulation and has taken more time to create. It closely mimics the color palette and texture of Kodak Ultramax 400 film, allowing you to achieve a similar look on your digital camera.
Although it’s not 100% I’m sure you’ll enjoy shooting with this version of Kodak Ultramax film recipe. With this recipe, you can recreate the same nostalgic feel of the film without the hassle of developing and scanning your negatives.
This carefully crafted recipe has been refined over time through meticulous tweaking and testing. It boasts a simple yet effective design that ensures optimal performance when you need it most. Specifically, this film is ideal for use on sunny days when the sun is particularly strong. With this recipe, you can rest assured that your photos will be crisp and clear, capturing every detail and nuance of the scene before you.
Whether your passion is landscape photography, portraiture, or something in between, the Kodak Ultramax Film recipe is sure to help you achieve stunning results that you’ll be proud to share and admire for years to come.
From my observation, I have found that the recipe tends to work effectively when dealing with overexposed images. However, it is crucial to ensure that you are monitoring your highlights for any instance of clipping. By doing so, you can guarantee that your final outcome will be of the highest quality possible.
Experimental with Spot Metering
To yield some different results with the Ultramax film recipe, you can try to adjust the metering mode from Single Point to Spot Metering on sunny days. By doing this, you’ll definitely get a different look that is pretty identical to the original film stock. The results are simply amazing and you’ll be surprised with the outcome. Make sure you try both settings and see which option is the best for you.
It’s a wonderful way to enhance your photography skills and achieve different types of creative looks for your pictures. Feel free to experiment with this technique on your next sunny day photoshoot!
Kodak Ultramax Film Recipe for Fujifilm Cameras
In summary, creating a recipe for a film stock is not an easy task, but this one has been perfected to resemble the Kodak Ultramax 400 film, and it’s a great way to elevate your photography game. Some of my Fujifilm recipes are incredibly versatile and can be used with all Fujifilm cameras that feature the Classic Negative film simulation. The alternative to the Ultramax is The Dreamcatcher which shares similar custom settings inspired by the Portra 400 film recipe but yields different results.
It is an excellent resource for any photographer looking to take their photography to the next level and achieve stunning results in every shot. With this recipe, you can elevate your craft and produce imagery that captures the essence of Kodak Ultramax 400 film.
I love to shoot and experiment with film stocks, you can check out some of the Kodak Ultramax 400 film sample photos. Does it look identical to this film recipe? Hope you have a great and and remember to stay safe and happy shooting!
Kodak Ultramax 400 Film Recipe Custom Settings
Grain Effect / Grain Size
Strong / Small
Color Chrome Effect / FX Blue
Strong / Weak
WB / Color Temperature
Auto, Red 2 & Blue -5
Up to +2/3
Auto up to ISO 6400
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