Cross Processing!

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  1. Thor the Mighty

    Thor the Mighty TPF Noob!

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    took a hike with my sister and i used some 400iso fujichrome and put it through c-41 development and boom, there ya go. they're a little washed out (well ok, pretty damn washed out) but this is just an experiment. shot on a nikon n70 with 24mm nikkor lens.


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    I love cross processing! It gives such crazy effects like #3!
     
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    Thor the Mighty TPF Noob!

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    yeah its hard to control though!

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    I'm sorry, I haven't heard of this technique. Is it shot on B&W film and then processed with color developer. If you could elaborate a little, I would appreciate it.
     
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    if im not mistaken i beleve it is slide film in a colour processor?

    really should give this a go some time. i love the effect you get from it!! like #1 the best
     
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    yeah. slide process is called "e-6" and our store doesnt do it but it does "c-41" which is color processing. e-6 actually requires a black and white process to make it work right since its a positive instead of a negitive. kind of complex. anyways, the colors go weird, and when you mess with the hue a tad in photoshop it gives it a crazy look.
     

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