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    gavin
    gavin  13
    1 Apr 2002 - 10:56 PM

    Can someone let me know whether the best results for cross processing come from using print film and processing it as a slide film, or vice versa?

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    Stephen
    Stephen  1233 forum posts
    10 Apr 2002 - 8:40 PM

    In my experience it is best to use slide film and process C41 ie for neg. It is a bit hit n miss though and may need a little experimentation

    Philip Mc
    Philip Mc  12
    1 Aug 2002 - 1:06 PM

    I agree with Stephen. In my experience the results are far more exciting when it's slide film processed in C41. The three I've tried have all been great in their different ways, the best being Kodak E100 Extra-Colour, especially if you're after extremely punchy, punky colours.

    Phoenix
    Phoenix  131877 forum posts
    2 Aug 2002 - 1:16 PM

    C41 film in E6 Chemistry ....

    Had some OK results with Superia 200 rated at 100 ISO and pulled 1 stop

    Also tried XP2 through E6 to get mono slides as it seemed cheaper than Scala.
    Not a good move !!

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