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Zohar

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  1. Thank you Dave for your comment. I'll give it a go! Right now I found an almost perfect (for me) film recipe called Astia Geographic, but I'm always willing to try new things! Thanks again
  2. I'll definitely have a look at that! Thank you for your help! Still if anyone have an recipe thy already use for the same/similar porpoise I'd love to hear it
  3. Thank you Jerry for your comment! I've searched through and through on both of this places and through the more known one fujixweekly and still came out empty handed. It is very possible I've missed a recipe that would have solved my problem due to the sheer number of recipes this guys have, and this is why I'm asking here for help.
  4. Hope I can get an answer for my problem here as I've spent days searching online invain. I'm shooting only JPEG SOOC for work as I need to hand my pictures to the customers by the end of the day. As much as I love my X-T4 over my previous Sony a6500 I'm having a hard time with it. I'm only using one camera with one lens (XF18-55mm) and I'm hiking with it all day long. I take pictures of the customers around the many waterfalls and views we have around here. I rarely have time to "deal" with the camera settings. Since Fuji film simulations recipes are mostly, well, simulating films I've been getting quite a lot of compliments from customers saying the the pictures look "too artistic","dull" or "feels a bit washed color". I'm in a dire search for a modern, clean, sharp and poppi kind of film recipe! One (or more)I can use in many different scenarios. Hope my redemption will come from this forum and you good people that know photography and Fujifilm way better then me. Thank you for reading this long post and looking forward to your comments. Zohar
  5. My name is Zohar and I'm an Israeli lives in Japan. Just move from using Canon and Sony to Fuji X-T4! Loving it so far but it's not such a smooth sail as it's quite more complex then the previous systems I was using! Shooting only JPEG SOOC for work as I need to give those photos to the customers by the end of the day. Needless to say I'm having troubles mastering film recipes. Hope to have a lot of fun the forum.
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