We have been shooting with Fujichrome Sensia 100 since the end of last week’s episode of SOOC so I thought I’d take stock of some of my own images and also check in with you on how you are getting on with this recipe by FujiXWeekly.
It was originally created for X-Trans III cameras, but if you are shooting with a newer camera, you can also use it. Just turn off “Color Chrome Effect”, “Color Chrome Effect Blue” and set “Clarity” to “zero”. When selecting “Grain Effect”, choose “Weak” and “Small”. And you are good to go!
As we discussed during the show, this recipe is excellent for shooting at sunrise and sunset. It’s when the various shades of chromey pink really come through beautifully.
But this is not the only time that this recipe will deliver fantastic looking jpegs straight out of camera. Even though harsh midday sun is its least favourite, I’ve also enjoyed the results achieved while shooting with it during a late morning beach walk.
And for something completely different, I had also used it when I stumbled upon a new deli that had opened in our neighbourhood. Getting great looking results was effortless and, as always, a lot of fun. You can check out the full article about it here.
But enough from me… how is Fujichrome Sensia 100 treating you? Do you like it? I hope so and I hope to see your creations starting to make their appearance in our upload folder soon and in time for the next episode. It’s a bit of a short stint this time around, but don’t panic, you still have until Tuesday, 15 November to upload your images.
If you have any questions, you are most welcome to drop a comment below, or alternatively shoot over to the newly created Community Section on YouTube and comment on the Fujichrome Sensia 100 post. If you haven’t yet, also take that opportunity to check out the other posts and polls, share yours views and cast your votes. We’d love to hear from you.
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