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Fujifilm X-T5 Film Simulation Recipes

Updated: Jul 3, 2023



Details of mentioned recipes: 


Classic Chrome:

Film Simulation: Classic Chrome

Highlights: -1

Shadows: -2

Color: -2

Sharpness: +1

Noise Reduction: -2

White Balance: Auto

This recipe produces a classic, slightly desaturated look, reminiscent of vintage color film.


Velvia:

Film Simulation: Velvia

Highlights: 0

Shadows: +1

Color: +2

Sharpness: +1

Noise Reduction: -2

White Balance: Auto

This recipe enhances colors and contrast, making it ideal for landscape and nature photography.


Eterna:

Film Simulation: Eterna

Highlights: -1

Shadows: -1

Color: -2

Sharpness: 0

Noise Reduction: -2

White Balance: Auto

This recipe is perfect for cinematographers, providing a low contrast and desaturated look that is great for color grading in post-production.


Acros (B&W):

Film Simulation: Acros (with optional red, green, or yellow filter)

Highlights: +1

Shadows: +2

Color: N/A

Sharpness: +2

Noise Reduction: -2

White Balance: Auto

This black and white recipe mimics the look of classic monochromatic film stock and adds more contrast and sharpness for dramatic results.


Portra 400:

Film Simulation: Astia

Highlights: -1

Shadows: -1

Color: 0

Sharpness: 0

Noise Reduction: -2

White Balance: Auto,

Red: +3,

Blue: -4

This recipe emulates the look of the popular Kodak Portra 400 color film, known for its natural skin tones and soft color palette, making it suitable for portraits.

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