Nostalgic, soft tone and retro film recipes using Fujifilm film simulations
Ruby Tuesday, a Rusty Chrome Recipe
Classic chrome with boosted color for a rich autumnal look on X-Trans IV
The Classic Chrome film simulation is an excellent base for images featuring cream, brown or blue tones. Photos are muted and stylish with default settings and, with a boost to color and warmth, can add richness to the colour for a striking result.
These tones make this recipe particularly suited to Autumn / Fall, working with any golden tones, like the turning leaves. Orange and brown leaves take on a ruby tone, with a red richness like a vibrant rusting in images.
In addition to the warm colour tone and the boosted saturation, a weak grain and positive sharpening add a gentle grittiness to the result. I enjoy how this looks in images, but as with all of my recipes, these are recommendations, and if you prefer to shoot without clarity or grain, that’s ok 🙂
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