Fuji Film simulation

2 years 6 months ago #624111 by Khelm
Does anyone actually utilize these options/simulations?  

I shoot Raw/Jpeg for every shot but I never look at the Jpeg or have even played with the simulations.  Any thoughts?  Worth using since I am shooting jpeg with the RAW?


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2 years 6 months ago #624305 by garyrhook
Unless you need a JPG right now for some reason (wire service, IG, whatever), no, there's no value.

I could be missing something.


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2 years 6 months ago #626681 by fmw
I don't use them personally.  I view them as trivial "benefits" for the system.


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2 years 5 months ago #627766 by Khelm
My thoughts too... They're trivial.  I just got back from being in a small village in China and was on location for a local, small movie being shot.  I was able to use them for wifi transfer to my phone and then send to the person doing social media.  The shots didn't really require any editing.


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1 year 3 months ago #681493 by sanjeevnanda
Off on a tangent here - Fujifilm has a particular "feel" to it. Even if you don't saturate the end-result with any HDR, there is a default amount of saturation to be expected. Not saying it's a bad thing - merely an observation.
~Sanjeev Nanda


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1 year 2 days ago #691584 by Lucid_Landscape
I use the B&W Film Simulations all the time. The color ones? Not so much


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