Fujicolor Pro 400H has become one of my favourite film recipes for Fujifilm I can play around with the colour palettes and decided to fine-tune this film recipe for portrait photography.
Japanese Film-Look Recipes
If you love to travel and would like to achieve a retro Japanese film-like colour tone, then this Yashica Golden 80s film recipe is the best for you. This is the release of one of the Fujifilm recipes with retro film-look recipes for the Fujifilm X-Trans IV & X-Trans V sensor cameras.
Honestly, the Fujicolor Pro 400H film recipe is one of the most complex Fujifilm recipes I have ever created. This was made based on the actual sample photos of discontinued 35mm Fujicolor Pro 400H film stock.
Lately, I’ve been experimenting and creating some Japanese film-look recipes for Fujifilm cameras. Here I will be listing down all my favourite Japanese film look with a greenish tone that I have created. I have been shooting for a while with these Fujifilm recipes and are great for portraits, landscapes and travel. Trying not to create any duplicates, all of the Japanese film-look recipes have their own characteristics and tonal adjustment.
A new film recipe that is intended to mimic the actual Fujicolor Superia X-Tra 400 35mm color negative and this is one of the experiments I did and created based on an actual 35mm film photo sample.
It took me a while as I was brainstorming for my next Fujifilm X-Trans IV film simulation recipes for travel, and I stumbled upon the Natura 1600 film stock.
This is one of my favourite Fujifilm recipes based on the Fujifilm Fujicolor C200 expired film roll. As we know it is impossible to mimic the actual film, but this Fujifilm recipe