The Dreamcatcher’ is a Fujifilm film simulation recipe designed to capture the essence of the renowned Kodak Portra 400 film. Film simulation recipes have gained popularity in the world of digital photography for their ability to recreate the unique characteristics and aesthetics of traditional analog films.
Travel Film Simulation Recipes
Here are the top 7 film recipes saved on my Fujifilm camera that I use the most, from portraits to ethereal urban street photography. I can quickly switch to match different shooting conditions.
The Timeless Provia SOOC Recipe is a custom film simulation and camera settings that that is create for all kind of shooting conditions and is suitable for urban street photos and portraits. Probably this is one of the first Fujifilm recipes that are created using the Provia/Standard and I think it does look great.
Cine 500T is a cinematic video recipe for low-light on the Fujifilm cameras, inspired by motion picture film. These custom settings for video are great for vlogging in the city with low-light environment.
Nomadic Film is a cinematic recipe for low-light, vlog & travel video on the Fujifilm cameras, that is inspired by one of the best film simulation recipes. These custom settings for video are great for travel and low-light environment.
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.
This minimalist/travel recipe which is called Nordic Bliss is created after some brainstorming and extensive fine-tuning of the custom settings. Suitable for travel, creative, minimalist interiors, and landscapes.
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.