Small but not insignificant update 11.2.2020: I made a neutral color version of my P160 -style. It is included in the package You can download from the link of this page.
My journey with Capture One Pro started because I wanted to have more different looks available than what I had in my Fujifilm camera.
The film simulations available in Fuji cameras are very beautiful and very “finished”. What I mean with finished is that they are balanced in appearance and thus appeal to wide audience and they don’t look like gimmicks as many “filters” do. They also set a very high standard for my kind of people who wants to make own styles with Capture One.
Continue reading My favorite styles and my new in-camera film simulations (updated 11.2.2020)
If You like me live in a city and work during daylight hours and have to be “out” at times when there is no natural light You either don’t photograph or have to settle for scenes with artificial light. But the look of these scenes photographed usually look a lot blander than what You see them to be. For me it is a call for a new style.
Continue reading Velvia -style for city nights
This time I have made some styles that specifically require the Fujifilm -version of Capture One.
Continue reading My styles based on Fujifilm -curves for Capture One
In X-H1 there are seven slots in-camera to store film simulation settings. That should be plenty and I see that some Fuji camera users have found their “look” and can happily live with even two or three different film simulation settings.
Continue reading My in-camera Film Simulation settings
There is probably nothing I could add to the vast information available of this film and film simulation. I personally don’t care if the simulation is accurate representation of the film or not, but I really love the bold colors of this film simulation. I use Velvia for anything nature related.
Continue reading Fuji Velvia film simulation