28 Feb Make your Jpegs look like film
Source: Fuji X Passion
Hey guys and as always welcome back! This post is due to a request by @kmore on instagram and Kerry in real life. His request basically forced my hand because I’ve been toying with the idea of this post for a while. Its all about making the most of the Fujifilm Jpegs; which are amazing, but with a few tweaks or sometimes a lot of tweaks, they can be made even better. Anyway, thats the intro to the post out of the way, lets dive in!
So I know this blog is called FujiFeels but that doesn’t mean I want to disregard any people who shoot other brands. Many of my posts can be applied across the board as general photography topics rather than Fujifilm related topics. But, this post is geared towards Fujifilm, sorry anyone who stubbles across this post but doesn’t shoot Fujifilm.
In my last post, I talked about how I am really starting to shy away from the editing phase of photography. After all, thats not really photography, its editing (duuurrrrr I know). A few things led me to being very keen on finding a few Jpeg recipes, and sticking to those for all my work. This has made me enjoy my photography a lot more. My mindset towards photography has changed drastically over the last 2 months. For the better in my opinion. I feel like I’m taking better shots due to this change in mindset. I try to shoot like I’m shooting film.
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