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The orignal (film) Cross Processing technique produces grainy images that are highly saturated and very contrasty.

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The orignal (film) Cross Processing technique produces grainy images that are highly saturated and very contrasty. It started by developing color print or slide film in the wrong chemicals – for example, color negative film in slide chemicals (C-41 as E-6) or slide film by the color negative process (E-6 as C-41).

Not surprisingly, this causes wild color and contrast shifts and requires lots of trial and error. Now in the digital age, various digital techniques are now available to cross process digital images and give similar results.

This group is all about Cross Processed (XPro) photography and techniques.

PLEASE NOTE:

  1. HDR is NOT a cross processing technique – please do not submit HDR images here, instead submit to the HDR group(s).
  2. Also note that general post (digital) processing is NOT Cross Processing → the xpro look is based on colour shifts that IMITATE processing colour film in the wrong chemicals.

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