Bluebell Fields, The Family & New Recipe “Velvia Colour Plus”

It’s that time of year again, when the bluebells are growing, and it’s an excellent time to take photos of them. Of course, when we can, we like to take family photos while we are there, plus a few landscape photos. On top of this, I put together a Fujifilm recipe just for the great outdoors. Based on Velvia, I call it “Velvia Colour Plus”.

Armed with the Fujifilm X-T3 and XF18-135mm, we walked around Coed Graig Fawr for around two hours, took photos, had a laugh and enjoyed the fresh air. Here are mages from the day. These images are straight from camera, no edits and only resized for this website.

I’m really happy with the way these images turned out. I’m happy with the way the camera performed and I would like to share with you, “Velvia Colour Plus”.

Push/Pull (Exposure): 0
Dynamic Range: DR400
Film Simulation: Velvia
Grain Effect: Off
Colour Chrome Effect: Strong
White Balance: Cloudy/Shade
WB Shift: R: -4 B: -1
Highlight Tone: -1
Shadow Tone: -1
Colour: -1
Sharpness: 0
Noise Reduction: 0

Enjoy! And there will be another recipe tomorrow as I release “ProNegHi Warm”!


I am a semi-professional photographer who runs a weekly meeting photography group as well as numerous Facebook groups (Great Photography Walks South Wales and Fujifilm Lovers Worldwide Group). I also have a brand-new blog website dedicated to various other things which I like to call The Ramblings Of A Welshman. I hope you can join me there; you might find it interesting! You’ll find my YouTube Channel Here!

Published by Mark G.Adams

Fujifilm Documentary Photographer & Blogger.

2 thoughts on “Bluebell Fields, The Family & New Recipe “Velvia Colour Plus”

  1. Hi Mark,
    good to see you’re back on track,
    and immediately with a new recipe,
    it gives a nice result I must say.
    Beautiful pictures of the family, and the blue flowers,
    my favorite is no 23, looks like a sea of bluebells.
    Take care!

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