Most Popular Film Recipes

The most popular Fujifilm film simulation recipes for X-Trans 4

Now that the site has been running for a few months, it’s possible for me to see which of the film recipes are receiving the most interest. I thought it might be helpful to show the most popular film recipes, to help those new to the site find a few to try that are of interest to others.

Trending Recipes

Of the newest film simulation recipes, some get a great initial response. Here are the most recent trending recipes from the new releases.

Yakisugi

A wonderful recipe by Mehdi Berrada, enjoying extra visits thanks to coverage in the Facebook groups.

The Top 10 Film Recipes

Here the most popular film simulation recipes, with the most viewed ones at the top. They get more reads than others, so might be a good starting point for your photography too.

Classic Gold

A nostalgic recipe based on a faded golden look is top on the site. I love this recipe for expired Kodak Gold, and I’m happy that you do too!

Kodak Portra Grainy

With creamy tones, but also a heavy grain that shows through in moody weather and lower light.

Arthouse Cinema

One of my favourite creations is this soft toned Eterna recipe, that brings a cinematic feel to your photographs.

Back in the Day

A Classic Negative film recipe with boosted colour for a nostalgic look, like printed photos from back in the day.

Kodachrome Daily

My interpretation of the Kodachrome 64 look. It’s Classic Chrome as I feel it ought to be, and is great with blue skies.

Aged Kodak Portra

The second entry in the most popular recipe list for a style based on an expired Kodak film. This one is Eterna based.

Goldeneye

Rich and warm, with a boost to reds, this Classic Negative recipe is a cosy recipe for warming up photos.

Lucky 13

A bright and clean film receipe using the Provia film simulation for a natural colour look.

Fuji Five-O

Designed for capturing coastal scenes, with a focus on beautiful blues. Ideal for vacations and beach trips.

Kodak Portra 66

A bright and soft interpretation of Kodak Portra, designed to boost cream tones. Inspired by photography taken on Route 66.

If you want to see more than 10, you could try the A-Z Index of Film Recipes or explore the Film Recipes by Theme.

Join the fun! The Film Recipes Facebook Group is a great place to chat film recipes, or share photos you’ve taken with the recipes. The Karmachroma challenge is on. Shoot with Karmachroma and share by Sun, Oct 2nd. Everyone is welcome to share photos from around the world. A selection will be added to the site. Let’s go!

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