cross processed velvia(slide film)

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  1. Skyeg

    Skyeg TPF Noob!

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    these are cross processed velvia. they have only been croped, i didnt change anything else, just scanned them. what do you think?

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  2. vonnagy

    vonnagy have kiwi, will travel...

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    I gonna have to look up what cross processing, but the two things it seems like it does to me is bump up the contrast and put a strange colour cast on the subject.

    Some quick notes:

    1. The subject looks dark here :(
    2. I like it, the colours are funky... perhaps clone out the flower petals sticking out on left?
    3. Does cross processing make whites go awry? this is a very funky shot, my favourite of the lot here. Her lips really stand out , especially with the greenish cast! Her eyeglasses and hand motions lend to the funkiness of the shot.
    4. Hrrrm cute, but I am not sure if the colourisation works (for me at least) in this shot. :scratch:

    cool skyeg, thanks for sharing those! Very funky, very different!
     
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    Reminds me of the colors in the "Monty Python" cartoons.
     

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