It’s exciting to be able to report that this site is getting busier, and in particular, our Film Recipes Facebook Group is growing really fast. As a result, this latest selection of user entries in the Copper film recipe challenge is the most varied so far, with more submissions than any previous edition.
The main reason for making this site is to inspire photographers like you through the film recipes that I create. I hope that you’ll see these galleries and join in with the next challenge. The details are in the box below.
Embrace a film-like look and join in with the Film Recipes Challenge 📸 Take photos with the Flatpack film recipe, and share them in the Film Recipes Facebook Group or the comments on the recipe page. This recipe is based on film prints in a matte low contrast style. Join in from where you live with a deadline of end of 29th March. #flatpack 👍
Joining a recipe challenge is really easy to do. Fujifilm photographers can share photos with the current challenge recipe, either on the Film Recipes Facebook Group, or in the comments section of the challenge recipe page.
Here are a selection of the wonderful submissions in November 2022 for the Copper challenge.
Copper by Wully Donald
Seeing the world through the images in our challenge galleries is one of the great pleasures I have in running this website. Here’s a great example, as Wully takes us on a tour of Stonehaven in the North East of Scotland with the Copper recipe, adapted for his X-T3.
Copper by Christopher Carter
If there was ever a more perfect match of cat and film recipe, I’ve certainly not seen it. This handsome ginger is the star of Christopher’s images.
Copper by Gordon Ovenshine
Each time Gordon shares his images with us, we see a little more of Pennsylvania. In this images we see a 200 year old log cabin home in Harmony, Pennsylania. It is still lived in.
Copper by Marcel Fraij
I always look forward to seeing Marcel’s photos. He has a genuine talent and captures such stylish compositions. Here are his submissions with the Copper recipe.
Copper by Sabrina Magnusson
Sabrina has been making excellent use of her walks to work, capturing and sharing images in the Facebook group. I love the colours captured in this selection using the Copper film recipe.
Copper by Yves-Gwenaël Bourhis
Yves-Gwenaël has adapted the Copper recipe for his X-T3, and sent in this image, which was taken with the Tamron 17-70.
Copper by David Simpson
David’s submission was fascinating, with wonderful Copper colours, but also some cool sculptures as well.
Copper by Con Mercado
This beach scene was taken with the new XH2 using the Tamron 17-70mm lens. I love how the clouds look with the Copper recipe.
Copper by Kevin Tran
It’s great to see images that use a film recipe in different settings. We know the Copper loves the woodland, but how about Copper for interior shots? Kevin shared these stylish images of cool decor and cacti.
Copper by Simon Whitehouse
Copper loves the Autumn, and in this selection Simon captured some lovely leafy scenes on a photowalk along the canal.
Copper by Desmond Painter
Desmond is a photographer based in South Africa, and for this challenge he was hindered by gloomy weather. The solution was to try Copper through his window, capturing a uniquely cinematic mood.
Copper by TheCameraEatsFirst
And finally, we have a small selection from one of our regular contributors. A trip to the woods is captured with Copper tones enhancing the seasonal colours.
If you are inspired, and would like to see your photos here in a gallery, then it’s simple. Join us in the Film Recipes Facebook Group where the latest challenge will be running. In the meantime, you can take a tour of the other user photo galleries from previous rounds of the challenge.