After my last video talking about the quality of the JPEG files out of these Fuji X series cameras, several photographers asked if I could share the way that I set my X-T1 and X100T up so that I could get the type of JPEG image that I liked.
Wow, first of all the video ran a little longer than I had planned. I kind of rehashed the JPEG and RAW conversation again, so my apologies for that, but I guess I just had a little bit more to say and I think it’s some worthwhile stuff. 🙂
I do throw in some exposure settings I commonly use for street shooting at night, but this is just one style of photography I do, and exposure settings can and do change for every style of photography I shoot.
Anyway, in a nutshell, here is the way I’m setting things up in-camera to get the look I like!
White Balance: Auto
Color Film Simulation: Classic Chrome (man!!) 😉
Black and White Film Simulation: Monochrome + Green Filter
Here’s a shot of the Q menu on my X-T1
I mentioned Fuji X-Photographer, Kevin Mullins in the video. Here’s a link to his sites:
Even if you don’t think you like wedding photography, still check out Kevin’s work. I’m not crazy about wedding photography, but I love Kevin’s work.