I had to reblog this article.
It concerns a Recipe, more specifically a Recipe for X-Trans I.
The range of Recipes for Fujifilm cameras is huge, but always more for the newer sensors, and owners of older Fujifilm cameras are usually left out in the cold.
That’s why I’m doing this reblog here, because Ritchie Roesch is already in our list of Recipe makers with his website Fuji X Weekly,
and also Thomas Schwab aka effzwo.thommy, who actually made this recipe.
And the party wasn’t over yet, the next day Ritchie already published another Recipe for X-Trans I on his blog.
So, if you still have an X-E1, X-Pro1 or X-M1, enjoy!
Storm Building Over Mountain Ridge – Farmington, UT – Fujifilm X-Pro1 – “Kodachrome II” Kodachrome is probably the most iconic photographic film ever made. It was legendary, and many people saw the world through its colors. Kodak produced Kodachrome film from 1935 through 2009, when it was suddenly discontinued. The Kodachrome name has been used […]Fujifilm X-Trans I (X-Pro1 + X-E1) Film Simulation Recipe: Kodachrome II — FUJI X WEEKLY
If you have another Fujifilm camera – other X-Trans sensor, please visit my “The Largest Collection of Recipes brought together” page, and here you will definitely find something that suits you
Also on the website of my good friend Mark G Adams you can find many Recipes.
But Mark is a documentary photographer, and what always fascinates me are the family outings and group visits he does in the beautiful country of Wales.
So if you’re not a Recipe fan, know that here you’ll find great photos and descriptions of fascinating places in Wales.
“Cymru am byth”
In Partnership With Mark G. Adams
Check out his latest article Here
One thought on “Reblog from Fuji X Weekly : Fujifilm X-Trans I (X-Pro1 + X-E1) Film Simulation Recipe: Kodachrome II”
I’m impressed at your Welsh! Now I wonder if you pronounced it correctly? Keep up the great work, it’s nice to see X-Trans 1 recipes still being made. Shows just how great the Fujifilm system is.