I'm not going to reiterate everything that's already been said and written online, but suffice to say that I already somewhat liked the first version enough to want to try the "improved" second version. I've had them both for a couple of months now and feel I can sum things up to maybe allow...
Working with a simulation with the classic negative as a base. Fuji Superia Xtra 400!!
Got this one from FujiXWeekly.com.
This is for X-Trans IV and newer. All these are from the X100V.
Please share your images and recipes!
Some very interesting photography pages, many classic ads, and camera articles scanned in: worth looking at if you use/like vintage equipment.
And there is a website :
Someone has a recipe for the new Classic Negative film simulation. I've tried it, and it looks good. Although I have no idea if it is identical to what comes with the Pro3.
Go in Image Quality (I.Q.) menu.
Select 400% dynamic range.
Select Classic Chrome film simulation;
Grain Effect at...
If you're still using Apple's Aperture on your MacOS machines, even though Apple discontinued updating it back in 2014, you'll be facing an upgrade decision. MacOS Mojave will be the last version of the OS that will support running Aperture "for technical reasons". Apple's suggestion is to...
Following Andrew's Acros example, I thought I'd go ahead and start a CC thread. I took the image I posted in Andrew's Acros thread, and used the in-camera raw software to convert it to CC, bumping up the shadows to +2. Maybe not the best film simulation to try on a gloomy day. What do you think?
After a brain-numbing amount of research, I have ordered a 1971 Zorki 4 from the Ukraine. I'm looking forward ro trying my Jupiter 8 lens on the camera it was meant for :-)
Also ordered a Leningrad 4 light meter as I don't have an inbuilt meter in my head yet...