Fuji X-T20 Eterna film simulation or Capture One
Eterna, is a film simulation, introduced by Fuji along with the release of their camera Fuji X-H1.
It’s a very neutral profile, mainly targeted to videographers, but it’s also a very nice choice for photographers that prefer a neutral starting point for further color grading and post processing in general.
Capture One doesn’t come with simulations for Fuji cameras, so until today, C1/Fuji users cover their need for Fuji simulations (Provia, Velvia, Classic Chrome, etc.
Color grading photos using levels adjustments
The art of photography is one of my favourite photography youtube channels. It’s a perfect balance between gear, composition and editing. Ted Forbes, the man behind this channel, has a deep knowledge of all aspects of photography and I always enjoy watching his latest videos. Yesterday, I had a look at his channel and I found a relatively new video regarding the level tool of Capture One:
In this video, Ted shows how we can easily color grade any photo, only using the level tool.
Fuji X-T20 film simulation pack for Capture One
My journey in digital photograpy started 5 months ago when I bought a Sony A6000. After a lot of searching online trying to find the best Linux RAW editors, I ended up starting learning how to use Darktable and Raw Therapee.
5 months later, two major changes happened: I sold my Sony System ( the A6000 with the kit plus another 3 lenses) for a Fuji X-T20 and I installed Windows (using a KVM virtual machine with PCI passthrough - I will write about it on a separate article) for the first time after many years in order to be able to try some famous RAW editing Windows software.