Film recipes using the Eterna Cinema film simulation
Cinema films are often shot with a lower contrast look that gives a softness to far reaching landscape shots, and a moody sophistication to portrait styles shots and filming indoors. Luckly for Fujifilm photographers, the Eterna Cinema simulation brings these styles to video ans stills on the X-Series camera.
I personally love to shoot with a soft tones look, and enjoy using the Eterna simulation as a base for recipes. Here are the ones made with Eterna.
➡️ The Film Recipes Challenge is now on! Shoot with the recent look, Age of Aquarius, and share your photos, either in the Facebook group or the recipe page comments. The deadline is end of Feb 15th. Everyone is welcome, from all around the world! For inspiration, see previous galleries. ➡️ The Film Recipes Facebook Group is a great place to share film recipes, ask questions and join the challenge.
More Eterna Film Recipes
Cinematic looks, creamy golden hour recipes and representations of CineStill or other movie film stock are often made with the Eterna simulation. Here are a few good ones from other creators.
Eterna Film Stock Recipes
- Kodak Vision3 250D – Kodak movie film looks, from FujiXWeekly
- Polaroid – Soft instant film tones, from FujiXWeekly
- Polaroid II – With a pink tint expired look, from FujiXWeekly
- Fuji Eterna 250D – Piotr Skrzypek’s excellent recipe for Eterna
Film Recipes for Soft & Dreamy Golden Hour Looks
- Street Romance – Ultra warm and ultra stylish, from Captn Look
- Alik’s Eterna – Super soft and warm, from Alik Griffin
- Dreamy Eterna – A ‘shoot everything’ recipe from Piotr Skrzypek
- Vintage Color – Soft tones for natural shots, from FujiXWeekly
- Beach Day – Soft golden tones from Eddie Orr (YouTube)
- Roman Sun – Nostalgic recipe for the Eternal City, by Evan Lewis