BASE FILM SIMULATION: VELVIA
DYNAMIC RANGE: DR400
WHITE BALANCE: 5600K
WB SHIFT: R: 3, B: 3
NOISE REDUCTION: -2
Some recipes I create seem really subtle and often times takes some before and after comparisons to see the difference between the recipe and the original.
“E6XD” is one of those recipes. I wanted to create a look that had some similarities to some slide film from the 70s and 80s. Velvia seemed like a perfect starting point for this. I used a locked in WB setting with a WB shift which I think is one of the most important aspects of my most successful recipes.
This has a bit of vintage vibe but not grungy, faded color type vintage but a vibrant yet vintage vibe. To compliment this look I shot a lot with a Pergear manual focus lens. These affordable Chinese lenses take inspiration from some classic lens designs and have a similar vibe to some of the images they create.
And here are a few brands that create affordable vintage style lenses for the Fujifilm system, as well as other mirrorless systems. (These are affiliate links. I get a small amount of money for each purchase made by clicking these links):
Check out my episoide of Straight Out Of Camera for this recipe. And if you haven’t seen any of the previous episodes check out this playlist of all of them. Straight Out Of Camera Series
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