Cross processed slide film

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  1. essjayyell

    essjayyell TPF Noob!

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    Some prints from a roll of fuji sensia 200 that I had cross processed..

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    ^^ he said to me 'I'm not a happy man so don't expect me to smile' but had no problem with me taking the photo

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    The last one is very crooked, I know.. Thanks for looking
     
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    Great shots, love number 5 and 7
     
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    #1 and 8 do it for me.....the one way sign means nothing to the man and bird!
     
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    5,7 and 9 are my favs.... good series :thumbup:
     
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    thanks guys :)
     
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    what does cross prosessed actually mean? I like the "vibe" of these photos! Good Set number 8 sure does it for me.
     
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    Cross-processing entails developing film in non-compatible chemistry. Transparency film uses E6 chemistry and print film uses C41 chemistry. So with cross-processing you would switch film and chemistry combinations.

    If print film (negative film) is developed in E6 (transparency) chemistry instead of the usual C-41 process, then a positive image will appear on the film. In similarly when transparency film is developed with a C41 process (like in a 1-hour lab), then it will produce a negative image - which can then be printed.

    http://www.planetneil.com/faq/cross-processing.html
     
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    7 and 8 for me, great shots.
     
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    thanks panda, i im quite fond of those two. I just noticed how similar they are in terms of composition..
     
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    nice my fav's are 2, 8 & 9
     
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    1, 8, and 9 are FTW. 1 especially, because after you pointed out the irony, i thought i realized how awesome it was. The cross processing it really effective in these. They feel like found photos.
     
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    Cool. love the colours. Must try some sensia. Just done a recent batch of Velvia :)
     

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