What you'll learn by the end of this course
Learn how and when to apply each Fujifilm film simulation to your own photographic style for better photos out of the camera
Discover the philosophy of, reasoning behind, and advantages of Fujifilm film simulations
See how different colors are rendered by different film simulations
Learn why the ACROS black & white film simulation has color filters and when to use them
Included In This Course
What you get in this free Fujifilm film simulation course
Basic Color & Contrast Characteristics
Choosing Color Film Simulations
Black & White Film Simulations (ACROS)
Film Simulation Quiz!
Download: Film Simulation Cheat Sheet
Course Review & Feedback
What Do You Do with Film Simulations Next?
About this course
- Time to complete: 1 hour
- Skill level: All
- Film Simulation cheat sheet
Film Simulation Comparisons Included
All Fujifilm Film Simulations included in this course:
- CLASSIC CHROME
- PRO NEG STD
- PRO NEG HI
- CLASSIC NEG
- ETERNA BLEACH BYPASS
- ACROS + color filters
- NOSTALGIC NEG coming soon
Questions this Film Simulation course will answer
- What's the difference between PROVIA & ASTIA?
- What kind of color shift does CLASSIC CHROME have?
- When should I use PRO NEG STD or PRO NEG HI?
- What effects will I get from the different ACROS filters?
- Which film simulation is best for my style and subject matter?
- Why would I use ETERNA BLEACH BYPASS instead of ETERNA?
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