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A nice daisy that I've used a cross-process effect on.
I like the processing - making it stand out from the mundane.
Very nice image ! It really gets your attention ... very nice colors. May I ask ... What is Cross-processing ?
Quote: Very nice image ! It really gets your attention ... very nice colors. May I ask ... What is Cross-processing ?
Thank you Of course you may Back in the days of film (which I know is still used by some) normal negative film was developed with a different chemical process to the positive slide film (called C-41 and E-6 respectively; they both had slightly different names though, depending on the film manufacturer). Cross processing is where you would develop one type of film in the others process, so negative film would be developed in the E-6 process and vice versa. It caused some weird colour shifts and tints. Could be very artistic Of course, now it can be replicated in Photoshop
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