Film recipes with a Fujifilm 35mm film feel
This page gathers together the film recipes with a Fujifilm 35mm film aesthetic, such as those for Fujicolor and Superia film brands. These typically use the Classic Negative film simulation to capture the greens and blues of the prints made with these films. As always, the recipes aim to capture the mood of such photos, rathern than to be accurate facsimilies.
➡️ 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 Fujicolor Film Recipes
There are some really great intepretations of Fuji film stock available in recipes on other sites, but especially on Fuji X Weekly. Ritchie Roesch takes a lot of time to try and accurately reproduce the look of specific films, giving a great coverage of the film range. Here’s my pick of some that I’ve personally seen good results from or tested myself, with 3 top choices bolded.
Fujifilm Superia Recipes
- Fujicolor Superia 100
- Fujicolor Superia Premium 400 – my personal favourite
- Fujicolor Superia Xtra 400
- Fujicolor Superia 800 – a good all rounder
- Fujicolor Superia 1600
- Scanned Superia – an excellent Classic Negative recipe
- B&W Superia – B&W look based on the Superia 1600 recipe
Other Fujicolor Recipes
- Fujicolor C200 – by Piotr Skrzypek
- Fujicolor ‘C201’ – An adapted recipe with excellent results
- Fujicolor Pro 400H – a dreamy option to try overexposed
- Fujicolor Super HG
- Fujicolor Natura 1600 – great for street shots on grey days
- Fujicolor NPH – another keeper with wonderful color tone