Life In MGA Sepia+

Sepia is one of those overlooked film simulations that not many people use, so this film simulation recipe is just for a bit of artistic licence. Deep, contrasty and unique, MGA Sepia+ is Sepia, and then some! This simulation gives you a really really old-skool look, and it’s hard to control the highlights and shadows,Continue reading “Life In MGA Sepia+”

New Fujifilm Film Simulation Recipes Update For December

Over the course of the next week there will be three new film simulation recipes released for Fujifilm X-Trans IV cameras. This brings the total site film simulation catalogue up to 29 (20 X-Trans III and 9 X-Trans IV). And once these are released, there will be a final release on Christmas Day of somethingContinue reading “New Fujifilm Film Simulation Recipes Update For December”

Llanelli North Dock Photography Meet (And Film Sim Test)

Tuesday 24th November I headed out to Llanelli North Dock with my photography group for our weekly shoot. This was a place we’d never been. A reclaimed dock and Waterside area with some stunning scenery. The visit took us not just to the beach, but there was a lovely lake worth many wild birds, plusContinue reading “Llanelli North Dock Photography Meet (And Film Sim Test)”

Lockdown Street Photography: Port Talbot with Fred Herzog Kodachrome

Today was the first chance that I had to really go out and test my new Fujifilm X-T3 and my new film recipe I’ve been working on based on Fred Herzog’s Kodachrome images. I’ve really liked the look of his work, and although it was Kodachrome slide film that he used, he had a certainContinue reading “Lockdown Street Photography: Port Talbot with Fred Herzog Kodachrome”

Storing Film Simulations on your Fujifilm (A simple guide)

One of the reasons we love and use Fujifilm cameras is because it’s easy to replicate old film stocks, invent new ones, and have more control over the image before we take the photo than any other camera. Some of us only ever shoot in these film simulations that we’ve made, others only use theContinue reading “Storing Film Simulations on your Fujifilm (A simple guide)”