Fujifilm Film Simulations Update For September

This month has seen the release of three new film simulations, with Kodachrome and Kodak ColorPlus 200 being released at the beginning of the month, and today we release DoubleFilm BubbleGum for you all!

MGA Kodachrome – A nice accurate version of this loved film stock!
MGA DoubleFilm BubbleGum – A fun, lomography type of new film stock!

Currently we have 16 film stocks and exclusive film simulations for you to use with your Fujifilm camera, either in-camera or in your X Studio software! These are:

AGFA Ultra Colour 100 (Based on film stock)

Classic Chrome Faded

Classic Chrome Contrast

Colour Chrome

DoubleFilm BubbleGum (Based on film stock)

Kodachrome (Based on film stock)

Kodak ColorPlus 200 (Based on film stock)

Kodachrome Faded

Fujichrome R100 (V1.0) (Based on film stock)

Provia Natural

Velvia Dark & Contrast

Acros + R Deep (“Dark Skies”)

Acros +R Faded

Monochrome Deep Extra

Lecia M10 Monochrom (V1.0) (Based on digital film look)

Leica M10 Monochrom (V.2) (Based on digital film look)

Each one of these is carefully crafted using various techniques as described here. Ideally as a Fujifilm user, these film simulations look amazing when printed! Check out why printing is really important by visiting here.

There is a full guide on inputting these settings here for you to get the best usage in the quickest possible time!

Please say tuned for more film simulation releases coming in the near future! Your input would be much appreciated as to what you would like to see!

— Please remember, I only do this in my spare time, and there is a lot of testing involved to get things accurate. Please help me by sharing the site, or the Fuji page, and also looking at my photography, liking and commenting on posts, and generally being involved!

Published by Mark G.Adams

Fujifilm And Olympus Documentary Photographer, YouTuber & Blogger.

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