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foxtwo

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which way was it cross-processed, E6-C41 or the other way? & where did u get it done? :cheers:
 

grado

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Hi,

Its Fuji Sensia cross-processed in C41 chemicals. Done at my nearby photo lab, haha!
 

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how was cross process is done? the flim itself or just by photoshop?
 

foxtwo

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Souphamster said:
how was cross process is done? the flim itself or just by photoshop?
in this case, the slide film (E6) was developed using negative colour film (C41) processing chemicals.
 

STboy

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Good effort man! should post the pig portrait. :bsmilie:
 

kerpalz

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is there a way to cross with Photoshop\???

sorry to hijack ur thread... by the way... bery nice pics!!! love the colors!
 

foxtwo

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grado said:
Hi,

Its Fuji Sensia cross-processed in C41 chemicals. Done at my nearby photo lab, haha!
how much more did u have to pay?
 

supperman

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I think getting weird colours with cross-processing is interesting, but you should try to capitalise on it to enhance your compositions, or else this technique will just get old.

Having said that, I think I particularly like the 1st and 3rd photos, although I think they would have looked great without the cross processing, or even in B&W.
 

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supperman said:
I think getting weird colours with cross-processing is interesting, but you should try to capitalise on it to enhance your compositions, or else this technique will just get old.

Having said that, I think I particularly like the 1st and 3rd photos, although I think they would have looked great without the cross processing, or even in B&W.
Thanks for the comments. This is my first try at cross processing so i just did some test shots. Perhaps I will try something more serious the next time I try cross processing again.

Foxtwo: I paid the normal C41 process price. I think its less than $3.50 since I got discount.
 

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