Spice Up My Food!

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  1. djengizz

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    A little experiment in cross-processing & high-key:

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    C&C welcome.
     
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    good work..i think 1 is my favorite :)
     
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    Love the series man! Very nice.
     
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    I really like the garlic one....#2 - are those figs??? If so, please send me some!!!!! I havent had them in years and cannot find them anywhere LOL
     
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    Wow! Very nice!

    Is this real cross-processed film? What film is it?
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I see "Djengizz" as the thread-starter, I think "Must go look, 'Djengizz' is good", I come here and am absolutely proven right!
    Cross-processing is something I find very interesting, and some can even achieve this effect through PS, but I don't know how.
    I have learned by now, though, that with film you would develop slide-film in C41 to get prints? Is that what was done here?

    I really like the one of the powdered spices, the laurel leaves, and the fruit that look like way overripe apples (but aren't - what are they?) best!
     
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    #2 is a jar of capers isn't it? I think I like the last one the best :)
     
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    The first image is very cool. Excellent work. I always enjoyed cross processing. Whenever they had expired slide film at work I would get it and cross process it.

    Eric
     
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    Very unique series!
     
  10. djengizz

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    No, they're Capers. But i can find you some figs ;)
    I achieved the effect in PS. I'm making the transfer from analog to digital and this was more an experiment to see if i could recreate these effects digitally. (Although i never tried cross in analog).
    About the PS effect: you guessed right ;)
    The 'overripe apples' are pepper grains btw.
    Spot on!
     
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    Interesting series.... I particularly like #1 and #4....Nicely done! : )
     
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    Little update because i didn't really like #2 en #8. Also i removed some of the blue mint shadow on #5.

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