“LUMINESCENT” – Film Simulation Recipe (Created on the Fujifilm X-T1)

This is my first recipe that I created specifically with night street photography in mind.

This mimics no specific film stock but shares a couple of elements of some color film stock that has been used for similar scenes.

This recipe works great with artificial lighting that you find in city street scenes.

But because of the WB & WB shift this not a great recipe for midday shooting.

I wanted to create a cool recipe for night scenes that maintained rich colors. Pro Negative High and an increased color setting were the key elements to this.

There’s not much more to say about this recipe other than I liked the look and I can’t wait to shoot more with it.

Here are the recipe settings:


LUMINESCENT RECIPE SETTINGS

BASE FILM SIMULATION: PRO NEGATIVE HIGH
DYNAMIC RANGE: DR400
HIGHLIGHT: 1
SHADOW: -2
COLOR: 2
WHITE BALANCE: 3200K
WB SHIFT: R -1, B 1
NOISE REDUCTION: -2
SHARPENING: -2


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