Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by nealjpage, Aug 26, 2007.
Shot on Ektachrome 64t cross-processed. C & C welcome.
I want to be helpful, but nothing really pops out to me on this on.
What is cross processing anyways?
I was feeling a little froggy and tried my hand with some photoshopping...
Hope you don't mind....
I used a skylight filter, did some color adjustments and a final brilliance/warmth filter. Well, to say the least, it's a little different...
Nice. I've never used Photoshop--it was scanned directly from my negative with no tweaking. Then again cross-processing is meant to have a different look with slightly off colors.
Isn't cross processing developing slide film in negative film developer? Something like that?
Which accounts for some interesting, always a bit off, kind of funky colours.
Compositionwise crossroads, track switches etc. are always interesting because of their lines and how they direct the eye through the photo, but I feel there is too little at the top for the eyes to be led to. The camera just a BIT more up would have helped, is what I think.
I thought the same thing...only problem is that the tracks end at the top of the frame . I'll have to go out and see what else I can find.
BTW, LaPhoto, you're right: cross processing is developing slide film in negative chemicals. It's become one of my new favorite things to do!
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