Some Industrial / Cross Processed Shots

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  1. BTilson

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    First real attempt at going for the cross processed film look. C&C is welcome.

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    Thanks for looking!
     
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    CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER!!!!!!!


    Don't do that!!!!!!!!!

    Ummm.... You nailed the Xprocessed look though.
     
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    ^^ i disagree

    good work... did you achieve the cross processed look with curves?
     
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    Nice shots!
     
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    i want to say try to shoot some shots without having everything centered and see if it'll improve the photos. love the cross-processing look, i think you did a great job. what sort of steps did you take to achieve this?
     
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    I do intend to go do a reshoot soon. This place is only about 5 miles from my house.

    To achieve this look:

    1) High contrast 'S' curve on red channel only.
    2) Shadow color balance towards green, adjust to taste.
    3) Highlight color balance towards yellow, adjust to taste.
    4) Add vignette. (Optional)

    That's it. Pretty simple really, and quite effective.

    Thanks everyone!
     

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