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Crossed this pics with Fuji Sensia 100 ASA (my favourit!).
 

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i loves me some yellow. these are great. well done.

so, what do you call hemorrhoids on an eskimo?

Polaroids.



ok, sorry. that may be my only photography joke, and wow, its horrible. my apologizes. either way, love that polaroid cam shot. nice.
 

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I assume you mean cross processed. Are these E6 in C41, or the other way around? I like these pics. I love the fish toy, but I have a thing about fish.
 
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It's C41 for slidefilm, otherwhise you get very cold colours. (what is also great, but I never tried it.
I use cross processing a lot. You never know what you exactly get, but most of the time the results are fantastic. I cross about half of my pics I think...
 
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some crossed pics of my turntable. But I wonder, it was the same light I used (sunlight) on the same time of the day, but the colours are way different!
Anybody a clue?
 

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Nice..i think the colours worked well with these.

interesting.
 

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