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Simulate Acros film simulation!

quantum

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I am looking at trying to replicate through lightroom the look that Fujifilm Acros has. I'd like to do this with Raw files from a Fuji X-E2s and if possible a Nikon.
Has anyone experimented and produces any guidelines or even presets?
Cheers
 

johnbeardy

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Have you not tried setting the corresponding profile for your Fuji files?
 

quantum

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Not sure what you mean. At the moment I only have an x100s and looking at buying an x-e2s.
 

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What I meant was that Lightroom has built-in looks ("profiles") that replicate the film simulations that you can set in a Fuji camera.
 

quantum

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What I meant was that Lightroom has built-in looks ("profiles") that replicate the film simulations that you can set in a Fuji camera.
I see. But what I don't understand is why I can't do this to cameras other than current generation Fuji?
 

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Because other cameras don't have these simulations. Lightrooms camera profiles and presets are camera specific and are designed to look as close to camera output as possible. Applying a Canon preset to a Fuji RAW wouldn't look right as the camera's are not the same.
 
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