A very promising title : “I can’t BELIEVE this is not Film!”,
but can he make it happen ? I noticed he was a “real film” shooter, so he already has the experience and knowledge, so lets find out !
“it is one of the most accurately filmic recipes out there” R.W. – YT
Well, judging by the reactions on YT – The Big Negative channel, I’d say yes. The one above is just one of many.
The photos look very convincing, and they give a very good impression of what the recipe is capable of.
On the YT page you will find two versions of this recipe,
one for X Trans 4 -> the original I think,
and also one for X Trans 2 and above.
On the YT page I also see that many users have already tested this recipe on many different Fujifilm cameras, X-T2, X-T3, X-70, X-T20, X100V etc…, and the reactions are always positive.
When I find new recipes on the WWW, and publish them for my page “The Largest Collection of Recipes brought together”,
then I don’t test all of these myself.
There are so many recipes out there, many are very similar, so it only happens once in so many that I’m really interested.
This is one of them.
But don’t take my word for it, just test it out for yourself.
Below are the links – have fun shooting “film” !
Almost forgot, I’ve added a second recipe from the same creator – a B&W recipe, you can find it below the featured recipe.
The Big Negative – I can’t Believe this is not Film! Fujifilm Recipe
The Big Negative
- name : unknown
- location : Erfurth – Germany
- Film Photographer – YT Creator
- Analog camera’s : Leica M3, M6, Mamiya RB67
- Website : https://www.instagram.com/the.big.negative/
- Streetphotography : https://www.instagram.com/street.days/
- YT Channel : https://www.youtube.com/c/TheBigNegative/featured
Another recipe from the same creator:
The Big Negative – My JEFF BRIDGES B&W Fujifilm Recipe, perfect for Streetphotography.
YT – My JEFF BRIDGES B&W Fujifilm Recipe, perfect for Streetphotography.
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