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Using the Fujifilm X100V as a film camera

Film photography presents a completely different workflow compared to digital. You can’t preview your images, you have to wait for your film to get developed, you have a limited number of shots available, there is no autofocus, and no lightmeter in your camera, etc. All of these things can be simulated on modern digital cameras that have an optical viewfinder, like my beloved Fujifilm X100V.

Now you basically have an analog film camera. Think deeply about each shot. You will have misfocused, and misexposed images. The only thing I’m not sure how to simulate is light leaks…

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