Fuji Showcase Classic Negative Film Simulations

gryphon1911

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Location
Central Ohio, USA
Name
Andrew
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!


Film Simulation:Classic Negative
Dynamic Range:DR400
Highlight:0
Shadows:-1
Noise Reduction:-4
Sharpness:-1
Grain/Color Chrome Effect:Strong,Small
ISO:Auto(6400)
Exposure Comp:0 to +1
Color:+4
White Balance:Auto +3R, -5B
Clarity:-2
Color Chrome Effect/Blue Off/Strong

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Ghostbuggy

Regular
Location
Hoher Fläming, Germany
Name
Phill
I am surprised this thread didn't get any more posts. While I know Classic Neg is quite a bit controversial and, unlike Classic Chrome, is pretty deviding between "loving it!" and "hating it!", I thought it still is very popular. Classic Neg is my most favourite film simulation, it has a fairly unique look. In fact a minor reason why I was looking at the X-Pro3 rather than the 2 was the fact I could get Classic Neg right out of camera. By coincidence I also like to use the identical Superia Xtra 400 recipe provided by Andrew. Here are some examples from a stroll where I only shot with that recipe, all sooc - just resized and cropped with Affinity Photo.

Just looking at green colors you can easily spot Classic Negative has been used. The small trail through the woods has just recently been cleared from storm damage.
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DSCF2979_AP by Kaltpfote, auf Flickr

A gently, refreshing breeze renders the fields almost as an ocean against a setting sun.
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DSCF3004_AP by Kaltpfote, auf Flickr

Looking back.
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Blooming bushes. Looking closely I was already a bit too close to it, as a slight haze is already visible - an odd "feature" of the 23 f2 wide open at closest distances.
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Alarm siren on an abandoned building.
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DSCF3013_AP by Kaltpfote, auf Flickr

Remains of a campfire.
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DSCF3022_AP by Kaltpfote, auf Flickr

The sun has already sunk beneath the horizon, I enjoyed a couple of minutes more of a quite evening before riding back home.
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