Fujifilm Recipes

For those who need to know what goes into making a film simulation, please visit this link and see the hard work we do. For those who need help installing the film simulations onto your camera, I have written this easy guide to help you on your way. For those who need help installing the film simulations onto your camera, I have written this easy guide to help you on your way.

Click to visit X-Trans III

(These work on X-Trans III and IV sensors)

You will find a large selection of film simulations in the X-Trans III section, all designed to be either replicating a film stock, or to give you a unique photographing experience. You can use these simulations on all Fujifilm camera’s with little adapting. These MGA film simulations are:

Click to visit X-Trans IV

(These only work on X-Trans IV sensors)

This is the newest section and we currently offer many film simulations for the X-Trans IV sensor. These settings can be used in other cameras with different sensors, but may give different results.

For an index of all the best places to visit for recipes, please click on this link

Examples of my recipes that have had YouTube videos made about them.

MGA Realistic Pro Recipe
Leica Q2 Monochrom “Cool” setting recipe (also available in black and white and “warm)
Leica M10 Monochrom recipe
Fred Herzog Kodachrome V1 Recipe
Nostalgic Provia

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All film simulation recipes are copyright Mark G Adams, and can be used by anyone.

15 thoughts on “Fujifilm Recipes

  1. Gonna try MGA Kodak ColorPlus 200 on my trip to Italy tomorrow 🙂 thank you for sharing those, and please share more, they look great! So good work you’ve done!!

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    1. The 18-55mm is a great lens, and as much as I endorse prime lenses, I always think you should have a zoom lens as your first lens to make sure you have all angles covered. Depending on your photography I would suggest a 23mm F/1.4 or 33/35mm F/1.4. I prefer 23mm as it’s equivalent focal length is that of a 35mm full frame, which I just find perfect for everyday use. Thank you for enjoying the site, loads more to come!

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    1. I’ve gone with the sliding comparisons as that’s what people have asked for and you can see how it affects the basic simulation it’s based on, but I am going to be separating the mono from the colour, so this will be a possibility. Thanks!


      1. The sliding is great. But instead of just pictures of a flower also a city scene or landscape would be nice.
        Nevertheless I will try them out. Also followed you on Instagram. Great work

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      2. Yes, my test pictures are usually a combination of those things. Really days yet but I’m site update will introduce your suggestions! Thanks.


    1. There’s s whole new page of new film simulations coming very soon! I’m just building up some images slowly for testing as we are on lockdown a minute. Thanks.


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