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.
Just 3? Try Aged Kodak Portra, Arthouse Cinema or Eterna 8k
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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
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