There's a lot of talk about "film simulations" and "film recipes" lately, mostly because Fujifilm is making great cameras with built-in features that create images that look like film, pretty much.
I've encountered scores of forums, subreddits, and online rooms & spaces that are devoted to sims and recipes. I find this very interesting, because most people probably can't determine what film stock looks like what in the first place. I'm one of those people and I've been behind the camera and shooting film for a very long time!
I've worked on seven cocktails, yet only one has been able to work its magic on several daytime scenes. I prefer this sim with an overcast sky, but it still works with hard shadows, and has a fine grain and a bit of a blue hue. I'm still working on it, but I hope to release this in the near future for anyone who might use Lightroom or Adobe Camera Raw. Stay tuned!
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