Kevin Mullins Colour, Black & White Edits, and Fujifilm X-H1

Kevin Mullins publishes a lot of useful Fujifilm centric videos to help photographers improve their photography and editing, but if his style isn’t for you then he might help you gain a new perspective. It’s interesting that he chooses to modify the Adobe standard profile manually for his color photos instead of using the Fujifilm Film simulation profiles to get the Fujifilm color look in his colour edits video above, but chooses to use them in his monochrome edits video below.

Grab of Kevin Mullins Color Settings

Screen Capture of Kevin Mullins HSL Settings

His very particular editing style is one that I find a bit alien myself because I try to streamline my editing as much as possible and find myself shooting more frames in recent years, so his editing style wouldn’t really work for me, but I will try to learn something from these videos. I really like Adobe’s default Fujifilm color profiles and I am glad many other companies are now building official profiles that match Fujifilm’s film simulation because it helps me to get a better idea of my starting point when I incorporating them into my initial edits to pare down my photos for additional editing attention later. Syncing edits helps somewhat, but not for most of what I shoot.

Kevin also released his opinion on the Fujifilm X-H1 and it somewhat mirrors my own. I am very happy with the Fujifilm X-T2 and I do not think the Fuji X-H1 is for me, but I am going to give it a try when it ships March 1st. Fujifilm might convince me otherwise, but in my estimation, the Fujifilm X-T2 and X-Pro2 are just as capable as the X-H1, unless you want to shoot video.

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