Sama halnya dengan Picture Style di Canon dan Picture Control di Nikon, adalah Film Simulation di Fuji. Prinsipnya sama, mengatur warna, kontras dll sehingga JPEG yang dihasilkan sudah setengah jadi post pro nya.
Ini merupakan kumpulan dari artikel di FB FujiWorld mengenai Film simulation … saya bukan penterjemah, jadi silahkan gunakan google translate buat yang bingung dengan bahasa inggris nya 🙂
If you shoot with a digital camera and are serious about photography, chances are that you shoot in RAW format. RAW is flexible and therefore undeniably a very attractive option. But if you own a FUJIFILM camera, put that thought on the side for a second. You may be wasting just about half of the camera’s potential.
First of all, the color reproduction is not just a “tendency” for FUJIFILM cameras, but rather a “world of its own” to put it more correctly. It does not just look “vivid” or “soft”. They are in their own world of color reproduction of “Velvia” and “ASTIA”.
When you shoot a photo, you would first look at the subject. It can be anything from “autumn leaves” to “person”. And you would set it to “Vivid” or “Soft” depending on the subject. You may be happy with the result if the autumn leaves appear vivid or the skin appears soft. At the same time, you may be unsatisfied with the result, but think that “it can be edited later” if they were shot in RAW.
If you use FUJIFILM camera, your style of photography can be a bit different. How would the autumn leaves or the person appear if they were shot in Velvia? How would they appear if they were shot in ASTIA?
This is the fundamental idea of FUJIFILM’s approach to color reproduction and photography. We regard the time you spend shooting very important.
And as the FUJIFILM cameras are mirrorless, you can check the final image before the shot is taken. You can preview the world of Velvia and ASTIA.