F-Variations 2 - Free Lightroom Presets for Fuji Users

F-Variations 2 – Free Lightroom Presets for Fuji X Users

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F-Variations 2 is another set of free presets specifically designed for Fuji X-Series users. It is a collection of “Variations” based off the Film simulation picture modes. These presets are designed to take advantage of the colour profiles included in Lightroom for the various simulation modes and builds on them with Thomas’s own style and treatment. These presets are mostly based not he “Classic Chrome” look, with some additional styles based on “Acros”, “Velvia” and “ProNeg”

Important Note: Some of the presets in this set will only work with newer Fuji Cameras.

Some of these presets will only work if you’re shooting with a camera that supports the corresponding film simulation mode. For example, to use the “Chrome” presets, your Fuji camera must support the “Classic Chrome” preset. Similarly, to use one of the Acros variations, your camera must support the Acros simulation mode (currently only the X-Pro 2 and the X-T2). These presets will not enable Classic Chrome or Acros on raw files from cameras that don’t support it. There are also several “Acros” based presets here too, requiring an X-Pro2, X-T2 or X100f.

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Product Description

About F-Variations 2

This is a follow on from my first set of Free Lightroom presets for Fuji users. As with the first version, the idea is based on variations of the Fuji film profiles. I really like the various film simulation modes available on Fuji’s cameras, and the corresponding picture profiles in Lightroom. So, using the various profiles as a starting point, I created my own set of “Variations” of these. This is the second set featuring even more variations. See here for the first set.

If you like these presets, check out some of my other Lightroom Presets. If you like the Acros and Monochrome presets included with this set, T-Pan for Lightroom is based on similar effects and adds even more options for Black and White images.

Some examples of F-Variations 2 in Use

What’s Included

Acros High Contrast 1
Acros Match 1
Acros Match 2
Acros Match 3
Acros Match 4
Acros Match 5
Autumn Chrome Desaturated
Autumn Chrome Golden ++Contrast
Autumn Chrome Golden +Contrast
Autumn Chrome Golden
Autumn Velvia Golden
Autumn Velvia
Bleached Chrome
Bleached Neg
Chrome EX1
Chrome EX2 ++exp
Chrome EX2 +exp
Chrome EX2
Chrome Faded Warm Blacker
Chrome Faded Warm
Cross Process Astia 01
Faded Blue Chrome
Hard Chrome 1
Hard Chrome 2
Mono EX1
Mono EX2
Mono EX3
Mono EX4
Pro Neg Extreme
ProNeg EX1
ProNeg EX2
Provia EX 1
Provia EX 2
Provia LT
Soft Chrome 1 less grain
Soft Chrome 1
Soft Chrome 2
Soft Chrome 3
Soft Chrome 4
Velvia EX1
Velvia EX2
Velvia EX3

System Requirements

F-Variations 2 requires a Mac or PC running Lightroom 6.1 or later, or Lightroom CC 2015.1 or later. You must have a computer capable of running this version of Lightroom.

You should also have a good working knowledge of Lightroom and basic computer operations such as copying files and folders.

You must have a Fuji X-Series camera or be using Raw files from one of these cameras. As variations on certain film modes require a camera that supports the corresponding film simulation mode, so for example, to use the “Chrome” presets, your Fuji camera must support the “Classic Chrome” preset. There are also several “Acros” based presets here too. Similarly, to use one of the Acros variations, your camera must support the Acros simulation mode (currently only the X-Pro 2 and the X-T2). These presets will not enable Classic Chrome or Acros on raw files from cameras that don’t support it.

Some General Note about Presets

Not all images are suitable for all presets. Some images just wont produce pleasing results and won’t be appropriate for the type of presets you may be trying to use, depending on the subject matter.

It is also important to note that any preset won’t be a magic bullet. Presets should be considered as a starting point. More often than not, images may require additional adjustments after applying presets. Sometimes you will need to adjust exposure or brightness and contrast depending on your image. When trying presets, consider making a duplicate the version that you’re working on so you don’t loose any adjustments you’ve already made, or make use of Lightroom’s snapshot feature.

Support

As these presets are offered for free we offer no support for their installation or use. However we do have an extensive set of Support documents and FAQ on our Help Centre page.