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    Default Cross processing

    Hi all,

    I have come across this term over and over and over again in the forum but i have no clue to what is do.

    i saw cross processing inside my filter sets in photoshop which basically change the tone to warm or cold or greenish.

    can anyone enlighten me to what is cross processing?

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    Default Re: Cross processing

    something i found in net

    Cross processing
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

    Cross processing is a term which describes the procedure of processing photographic film in a wrong chemical solution. Cross processing is usually done in one of two methods:
    - Processing negative color print film in E-6 chemicals (intended for use in processing color reversal films)
    - Processing positive color reversal film in C-41 chemicals (intended for use in processing color print films)

    Cross processed photographes are often characterized by unnatural colors and high contrast. The results of cross processing differ from case to case, as the results are determined by many factors such as the make and type of the film used, the amount of light exposed onto the film and the method used.

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