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    Quote Originally Posted by bwilly
    tks Kavana,

    I have been lots of fun with the plug in.

    Gave me a kind of magazine look after the xprocessed.

    you can go work for panasonic advertising

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    Quote Originally Posted by stingrey
    here is my contribution as well.



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    Comments are welcome.
    errr.... did you run the action?

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    tried some x-process wif some digital dodging and burning.
    give me a pen, and i'll give you my signature

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    Default this is the real thing

    from a personal series on the NEL X-Processed long, long ago...

    shot with Sensia 100 with FM2n, Nikkor AF28-105 f3.5-4.5D. cross processed with C41.

    scanned from photo via flatbed scanner.

    i feel that the digital mimicking is neat. but not like the real thing where u'll get vignetting and some blurness.


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    here's another one...

    realised that i've quite a collection on cross-processed photographs. man, all those $$! 1 4R photo costs me S$0.50! however the end results are what drove me on! unexpected results and such... ke ke

    Sensia100. cross processed with C41.
    FM2n with Nikkor AF28-105 f3.5-4.5D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake
    i feel that the digital mimicking is neat. but not like the real thing where u'll get vignetting and some blurness.
    care to explain why cross process will cause vignetting? thought it's cause by lens, and will only be further enhance upon doing exposure correction if the photo is underexpose..?

    pls correct me if i'm wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by behyx
    care to explain why cross process will cause vignetting? thought it's cause by lens, and will only be further enhance upon doing exposure correction if the photo is underexpose..?

    pls correct me if i'm wrong.
    nope. i've no idea why.

    i remember some of the photos are purposely over-exposed by 1/2 stop.
    different slide films have different characteristic when cross processed. that is why there's no one possibility when u cross processed slide films.

    there's even colour cast fringing.
    try the real thing!

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    One thing I hate about cross-processing at shop is, the pictures dont turn out the way I want it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hazmee
    One thing I hate about cross-processing at shop is, the pictures dont turn out the way I want it.
    and u know how ur corss-processed photos will turn out? haha

    i don't think u can predict it or even come close to deducing them.

    but it sure is costly...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Witness

    I like this one..

    Kavana, thanks all to your plug in intro..
    the work learn from one PS book by scott kelly.

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    Thanks for the plug-in action on PS....


    Ran twice for this pic..


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake
    and u know how ur corss-processed photos will turn out? haha

    i don't think u can predict it or even come close to deducing them.

    but it sure is costly...
    That's when the PS action comes in handy. Cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hazmee
    That's when the PS action comes in handy. Cheers!

    heh heh!!
    PRECISELY! hahahaha!
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    Default Carol 5

    Provia slide, cross processed in PS. Again thanks for the plug-in info - it put a lot more punch into the frame. This pic probably belongs in another section, but posting here together with the other xp photos.

    Debated with myself on whether to adjust colours - original xp more yellow... In the end finalised on adjusted...



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    hi, new to here.

    here's mine with xproc.

    busy melbourne street.

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    and last.


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    Hi Kavana, any X-Process plugins for PC??

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