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New Film Simulations – MGA Fuji 400H Redux And MGA Kodachrome Classic

Two new film simulation recipes for the Fujifilm X-Trans IV sensors, and for that occasion I went for a walk with the family to take some new photographs to compare the different recipes. I have put a base image of Classic Chrome to compare the two film simulation recipes to. The first new film simulation … Continue reading New Film Simulations – MGA Fuji 400H Redux And MGA Kodachrome Classic

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One thought on “Blog

  1. Your capsule summary of classic negative references your efforts to create an authentic classic chrome,,assuming u meant classic negative

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