Teal Obscure – Orange Teal Recipe For Fujifilm (Wong Kar-Wai Inspired)

Mood: Cinematic, Low-Light, Orange Teal, Fallen Angels

Wong Kar-Wai look-alike cinematic Orange Teal recipe for Fujifilm cameras

Orange Teal Recipe: Teal Obscure is one of the Obscura recipes which is a wonderfully unique and carefully crafted mood recipe inspired by none other than the incredible Wong Kar-Wai’s Fallen Angels movie. This recipe was designed for Fujifilm enthusiasts looking to capture the moody and atmospheric elements featured in this classic film. The use of teal hues (most probably it’s green) throughout the recipe creates a distinctive look that is sure to make your photos stand out from the crowd.

With Teal Obscure for all Fujifilm cameras, you’ll be able to recreate the same evocative and mysterious vibe that was present in Wong Kar-Wai’s masterpiece. Whether you’re an experienced photographer or just starting out, this recipe is perfect for experimenting with and exploring the creative possibilities of your Fujifilm camera.

A Little More About Teal Obscure Orange Teal Recipe

Teal Obscure was initially a hidden recipe under the One for the Road B&W recipe for quite some time, but I decided to differentiate it. Teal Obscure is a name with a special significance. This distinctive title was not randomly selected but was thoughtfully and deliberately chosen after much reflection. You see, as the inventor of Teal Obscure, I envisioned a specific orange teal recipe tone that I wanted to attain. However, uncertainties arose as to whether the exact hue I imagined was possible or not.

After numerous experiments and tests, I eventually achieved the perfect greenish tone (intended for the teal look) that I had been seeking. From that point forward, the name Teal Obscure symbolized the tenacity and dedication required to achieve that elusive, flawless color. So, while it might appear to be just a name, Teal Obscure carries a much deeper and more significant meaning for its creator.

Inspired by some of the most iconic Hong Kong movie classics, I have managed to come up with a variety of recipes that emit vibrant and stunning orange and teal tones. To name a few of my personal favorites, there is the Neon Obscura recipe that evokes a futuristic and sci-fi vibe, the Cine 2046 that portrays a sultry and moody atmosphere, and the Cira 800 that exudes a vintage and retro feel.

However, out of all the recipes that I have created, I consider this specific Orange Teal recipe as the most successful Wong Kar-Wai-inspired recipe yet. I cannot wait to see other photographers try it out for themselves and bring their vision to life through this exciting recipe.

Utilizing the Eterna film simulation, this is one of the Eterna/Cinema recipes that generate a comparable Orange Teal tonality reminiscent of movies, particularly excelling in low-light conditions. Additionally, it proves effective for personal creative video production without the need for additional color grading.

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Best Fujifilm Orange Teal Recipe I've Ever Created?

In conclusion, the Orange Teal Recipe: Teal Obscure offers a distinctive and carefully crafted mood inspired by Wong Kar-Wai’s Fallen Angels. Tailored for Fujifilm enthusiasts seeking to capture the atmospheric elements of the classic film, Teal Obscure’s teal hues create a unique look that sets your photos apart.

Originally concealed under the One for the Road B&W recipe, Teal Obscure was differentiated and given a name with special significance. The journey to achieve the perfect greenish tone symbolized the dedication and tenacity required, making Teal Obscure more than just a name—it carries a deeper meaning for its creator.

Drawing inspiration from iconic Hong Kong movie classics, I have developed various Fujifilm recipes for low-light, with the Orange Teal recipe considered the most successful. It invites photographers to bring their vision to life through its exciting tones.

While efforts are made to avoid duplicating white balance shifts, comparisons between Cira 800 and Teal Obscure reveal unique tonal characteristics in low-light settings. In essence, each recipe brings its own distinctive qualities based on lighting conditions.

In parting, the advice is to take it easy with the Orange Teal recipe. Creating the exact perfect Orange Teal tone may be elusive, but the essence is to have fun capturing your shots!

Teal Obscure - The Cinematic Orange Teal Recipe Custom Settings

Film Simulation

Eterna/Cinema

Highlight

-1

Shadow

+4

Color

-1

WB / Color Temperature

4550K, +1 Red & -9 Blue

Exposure Compensation

Up to +1/3

ISO

Auto up to ISO 6400

Clarity

-5

Sharpness

-2

Noise Reduction

-4

Grain Effect / Grain Size

Weak / Large

Color Chrome Effect / FX Blue

Weak / Strong

Dynamic Range

DR400

Sample Photos

Teal Obscure Orange Teal Recipe Fujifilm - Classic Negative Film Recipes
Fujifilm X-T4, SIRUI Sniper 23mm f1.2
Teal Obscure Orange Teal Recipe
Fujifilm X-T4, SIRUI Sniper 23mm f1.2 - Teal Obscure Recipe
Teal Obscure Orange Teal Low Light Recipe Fujifilm
Fujifilm X-T4, SIRUI Sniper 23mm f1.2
Orange Teal Recipe Fujifilm Recipe
Fujifilm X-T4, SIRUI Sniper 23mm f1.2
Teal Obscure Orange Teal Fujifilm Recipe
Fujifilm X-T4, SIRUI Sniper 23mm f1.2
Orange Teal Hong Kong Movie Recipe
Fujifilm X-T4, SIRUI Sniper 23mm f1.2
Cinematic Film Recipe Wong Kar-Wai Color
Fujifilm X-T4, SIRUI Sniper 23mm f1.2
Orange Teal Recipe Fujifilm
Fujifilm X-T4, SIRUI Sniper 23mm f1.2
Vintage Orange Teal Fujifilm Preset Filter Recipe
Fujifilm X-T4, SIRUI Sniper 23mm f1.2
Wong Kar-Wai Fujifilm Preset Teal Obscure
Fujifilm X-T4, SIRUI Sniper 23mm f1.2

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