The concept of a camera to which you can apply a certain recipe is amazing,
the original Fujifilm recipes such as Provia, Velvia etc. are certainly one of the reasons why Fujifilm cameras have become so popular.
But, even with the many possibilities that the latest Fujifilm cameras have, creating a film effect remains limited – or rather, making an exceptional one is not easy.
This one, the “Fujifilm X-H1 Film Simulation Recipe: Kodak GT 800-5” by Ritchie Roesch – Fuji X Weekly, is one of them.
With many recipes, the difference between others is sometimes not noticeable, while with “real film” this is often the case.
With this recipe you also have that clear “real film” effect, although in this case it is a simulation of possible aging or other causes.
Either way, it’s something typical of analog-era photographs or negatives, and it has character and typical colors – vintage is the word that immediately comes to mind.
Ritchie has created a great recipe here!
I even plan to make a Lut out of it, only I’m not that far yet, something always comes up, and making Luts is not that easy and takes a lot of time – so it will take a while for this.
Fuji X Weekly – Ritchie Roesch – Kodak GT 800-5
Can be used on many Fujifilm cameras, created on X-Trans III
Original article an recipe : Fujifilm X-H1 Film Simulation Recipe: Kodak GT 800-5