A visual diary of life as it unfolds
– Olivais, 6th of June, 2020
Loveee this treatment. I was curious what film simulation recipe is applied to this image?
What a great image! I love this treatment. I was curious which film simulation recipe was applied to it?
Thank you! It was my x-pro3 recipe (classic negative)
Looks amazing! I was just on your Instagram a minute ago & left you a comment but I’ll leave one here as well:
I love everything that you’re doing man! I shoot exclusively film (99% of the time) but I am doing a long cycle tour trip for 10 days sometime next month & cannot take any of my go-to cameras with me due to the weight restrictions & need to minimize cargo. After documenting the trip, I need to make it into a zine so streamlining the process & also keeping that ‘film look’ for consistency within my work is very crucial & thanks to you & Ritchie Roesch’s work/findings, I have found my answer.
Appreciate you Luis!
Also replied to you on Instagram, but just to add that if you can get a x100v, the classic negative film simulation is by far the closest thing you can get to film right out of a digital camera. The x100f is still a brilliant camera, but that film simulation (that the x100f doesn’t have) is truly something special!
Ahhh, good to know!
I found a really good deal on a Like New x100F so i actually ended up purchasing it. Do you think i can still achieve some awesome film-like results with the x100F? Or is it crucial that I need the x100V model to achieve such results?
Thanks so much for the info!
You can, of course. This set was taken with the x100f, all sooc jpgs: http://lifeunintended.com/2020/06/15/back-to-the-beach/
It’s a different look than classic negative but it’s equally good and still “filmic”, in my opinion.
Much love to ya Luis!
Thank you for sharing your knowledge & helping a brotha out!
My pleasure, looking forward to see how it works out for you!