Is this call cross processing?


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night86mare

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yes, it's cross processing.

once you know that, google is your best friend. clubsnap search function will also help you loads.
 

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almost all the cross processing that i came across in google are not in this color, most i saw are in greenish red etc... headache trying to achieve that tone, thanks for the replies.

it will be much appreciated if there are examples give ;p
 

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almost all the cross processing that i came across in google are not in this color, most i saw are in greenish red etc... headache trying to achieve that tone, thanks for the replies.

it will be much appreciated if there are examples give ;p
there is something call "style"... this one can not be taught, have to develop your own.
 

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this is a combination of cross processing and split toning.
 

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there is something call "style"... this one can not be taught, have to develop your own.
yes i understand what you are trying to put across, but all im saying is i like this color and would appreciate that if someone could give me an insight on how to achieve it. I tried it for quite a couple of hours yday when i finally decided to ask in the forum.

i desaturated the color, played with curve but somehow couldnt get that tone... ;) and on the process of playing with it i discovered some nice tone that i love it as well, its probably the "Style" you are talking about where its limited only by one's creativity? but still l would like to find out how to achieve that tone.. it seems yellowish white midtone and bit of blue in the shadow?
 

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hello

like what the other's have said here, it's some sort of cross processing but i honestly cannot remember the exact steps taken to achieve this. i remembered adjusting curves, and then adjusting it again and then levels and other things :S

and the best part is i forgot to save them all as an action (as with my other photos zzz)

sorry i can't help you more, but it's good that you discovered other styles :)
 

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Cross processing can only be approximated digitally.

Real cross processing involves processing or printing a negative as a positive and a slide (positive) as a negative resulting in some quite strange effects. Depending on the complexity of the cross processing you can achive some wicked effects.
 

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