Latest Update: november 2021 – New additions (added below) or adjustments.
Recipe in the Spotlight :
Spotlight recipe for November
One of the best recipes ever seen : MGA Realistic Pro
And of course there are many more recipes on Mark’s site, click here to visit them.
There are many photo examples of the MGA Realistic Pro recipe on the OneCameraOneLens website, but if you want to see more examples, check out the video below of Scott Dawson who used the recipe for his photos taken on the West Coast of British Columbia, Canada.
Film simulation recipes are specific settings you can change on camera
Dynamic Range: DR200
Noise Reduction: -3
White Balance: Auto, +2 Red, -4 Blue
ISO: Auto up to ISO 6400
Exposure Compensation: -1/3 to -1 (typically)
How are film simulation recipes made?
How can I save them on my Fujifilm Camera?
Well, I know someone who can explain that perfectly:
Creating Film (Fujifilm Film Simulations) on OneCameraOneLens by Mark G. Adams
Storing Film Simulations on your Fujifilm Camera on OneCameraOneLens by Mark G. Adams
And his well known “One Camera One Lens Fujifilm X Film Simulations pages“
Where to find other recipes – links to the various pages : click on the site screenshot left, or for main site click on written link right side.
You can find the latest additions at the bottom
One Camera One Lens – Mark G. Adams
The absolute number one for me, click on the logo to go to his Fujifilm X Film Simulation Pages.
Fuji X Weekly – Ritchie Roesch
Film Simulation Recipes
Life, Unintended – Luís Costa
My favorite Fujifilm film simulation settings
Custom Film Simulations on my Fujifilm X-E1
Pete Takes Pictures
Film and Vision
Making Fuji X Simulations work for you
Shark & Palm
Fuji Film Simulations: Best Recipes for Portraits, Street, Landscape, and More
Fujifilm Film Simulation Recipes
Immanuel Sander – Captn.Look
Apparently his film recipes can be found on Instagram and Youtube, but I think you need an account for Instagram, so I didn’t find them directly.
The Creative Camera
Recipe for Fuji X-T1 – Superia
Recipes for X-T1 – X70 – X100F
On YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/GajanBalan/featured
Fuji Rumours – FujiXWeekly – Oleksii Prytuhin
Scott Dawson – Youtube video on Oleksii Prytuhin Film Simulation Recipes
Scott Dawson’s video on YouTube : 21 Fuji Film Simulation Recipes
Here’s another spreadsheet with recipes, available in pdf and xlsx – and a lot of links to other photographers, books, and other info.
Dan Bailey Photo Blog
Create your own recipes with samples by official Fujifilm X Photographer Dan Bailey.
Clifton Beard – Atrax Photo
David Szweduik – Usually Dave
Thomas Schwab – alias: effzwo.thommy
Created or participated in many recipes.
As far as I discovered, only has an Instagram page:
His recipes or those in which he participated can be found on the Ritchie Roesch website fujixweekly.com
Go to the search box and type in “Thomas” or “Schwab” to find his recipes.
Eterna Recipe – for Fujifilm camera like the X-T2/X-T20 …
A few Recipes for X-Trans II – a mention of the X-T1 and “old school” , and I was sold.
Myself, and probably many others, still have an X-T1 – or an X100S, X100T, X-E2, X-E2S, X-T10, X70, X20, X30…
The X-T1 is a really great “old school” camera, only there is no film in it.
And someone who makes recipes for it deserves a place in the “largest list…” – link to my article
Many of these recipes have been found through other websites, links, photographers.
It can always happen that a name listing is incorrect or matches another link, or a link no longer works.
If that had to be the case, my deep apologies in advance,
let me know where the error is and we will rectify this ASAP
All Rights and Credits to their Respective Owners.
If you happen to come across some film recipes of which the maker (s) is not listed here yet, I would really like to know, even if it’s just one or two recipes. So please drop me a line below or if you prefer not to be listed on this website, just send me a message via the Contact Form.
Thanks in advance !