“METRO ELEMENTS” – FILM SIMULATION RECIPE

When I started creating “METRO ELEMENTS” I had 2 goals in mind, adding to my grainy recipes to have another organic film like option and to have solid everyday walk around type recipe for my X-H1.

Just like with “REFRACTED ROSE” and “C-3400” I used the combination of -4 sharpness and a strong grain setting. This has been really effective in achieving a film like vibe for me. Unlike “C-3400”, “METRO ELEMENTS” uses an auto white balance setting. This is what makes it versatile. You don’t have to worry about any unwanted color casts.

“METRO ELEMENTS” is another recipe that I want to test out at night soon. I hope you’re able to use it a night as well as the day.

Take look at some images samples using this recipe and find the settings for it after the photos.

“METRO ELEMENTS” RECIPE SETTINGS

BASE FILM SIMULATION: CLASSIC CHROME
DYNAMIC RANGE: DR400
GRAIN EFFECT: STRONG
WHITE BALANCE: AUTO
HIGHTLIGHT TONE: 0
SHADOW TONE: -2
COLOR: 2
SHARPNESS: -4
NOISE REDUCTION: -4


Give “METRO ELEMENTS” a try and let me know how it works out for you. Keep an eye on this blog for more recipes to come. I have a few more X-T1 recipes coming soon as well as recipes created on my X-H1.

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