Cross-process THIS, buddy!

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  1. spiralout

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    I was trying to get a "cross-processed" look with this shot, and I decided it would be cool to see what other people could come up with.

    Here's the original:
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    a few goes, a bit poo
     
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    Ooooh, I like #3!
     
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    Would this go as a cross process..? I don't really know what cross pocessing mean.. but I thought it had something to do with switching colors, so here goes:

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    Cross processing is them you processes e-6 slide film in C-41 chemicals or oppositely. There is an old thread on this subject but my post with link to samples is no longer working, but another post near the end has some that are working,

    Old Thead Cross Processing Thread
     
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    So what I just did to the photo, hasn't got anything to do with cross processing..? hmm.. sorry

    Oh, and thanks for the information!
     
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    No reason to be sorry, your trying and that what counts.

    This is hard to comment, IMO the green brick could be OK, but the blue leafs in the plant seem wrong to me, again that just my personally opinion. I personally have not tried this with film or digital myself, the samples I have seen cover full a spectrum of color changes.
    Maybe good Google or Yahoo search would turn up more samples
     

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