“FUJICO X1” RECIPE SETTINGS
BASE RECIPE: PRO NEGATIVE STANDARD
WHITE BALANCE: 10,000K
WB SHIFT: R:-7 B:8
DYNAMIC RANGE: DR100
EXPOSURE: PUSH + 2/3 STOPS
HIGHLIGHT TONE: +1
SHADOW TONE: +1.5
COLOR CHROME EFFECT: OFF
COLOR CHROME FX BLUE: OFF
I’ve been wanting to create some film simulation recipes that have the feeling of some Fuji color film stocks. This one doesn’t hit on that feeling exactly but I think I’m getting closer. I’ve done something in this recipe that I’ve tried before and it’s an effective trick to get a unique look. I set the WB to an extreme and counter act that extreme setting with the WB Shift adjustments. In this instance the result is a slight green cast. In some shots it’s more intense than what I would like but I’ll try another recipe soon that has a different approach.
Here are a few samples of this recipe. There are more samples in the YouTube video above.
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