Meet Louis Dazy – a French photographer who lived in Paris for 10 years before relocating to Melbourne. The thing is that using this film under german light conditions, I tend to overexpose it one step anyways to get colored results. So here are some samples for Fuji Sensia How did you scan your positives by the way? I did it once with XP2 and got pretty good results. Before anything else, let us tell you about the different chemicals used for the 2 most common types of consumer film. Every roll of film you develop is like a box of rabid hamsters. Or it might do what you want.
Light blue, oilpainting-like results you can get by using a rare film: McCain 12 years ago. If you overexpose the film you will get yellow results. To know more about the different films Lomography. Another film withgreenish results is Kodak EPP. Check out our guide dedicated to x-pro photography at http: Now comes the fun part.
Also it’s more expensive.
The Colors of Cross-Processing – Sample Shots for many Slide Films by mephisto19
And, I guess that’s the beauty of xpro–you just never know. I have been thinking about writing something procexsing that for a looong while Colour slide film also known as ‘reversal’ or ‘transparency’ film uses E-6 chemicals for processing. I was very influenced and inspiried by this very same article and started shooting kodak.
Save Cancel Drag to dilm position! Thanks a lot for sharing!! This is because processnig color layers of the film were not optimized for this. There was a bit of miscommunication with the lab, as I did not ask for any special processing, but they decided to cross process to E-6 and pull 2.
It’s generally best to get your cross processing done at a good professional photo lab. I got really nice slides from rating at 50 and pushing 2 stops in dev used tetenal 3 bath.
I exposed normally and didn’t ask the lab to push, though I probably should have. Reala I processed at home in E I was a bit surprised, when i picked up my first developed fuji sensia yesterday, that the images were more pink than yellow. It was cool to see the two images side by side Xpro and “Normal”.
Have not tried anything else. So, when you ih your film processed, you will get different results from different labs because they do not always use the same chemicals and calibrations. I guess pushing a few more stops would have elimated some of the muddiness.
Here is another I did. Get it in our Shop. I’m sorry, but I think I don’t understand your question. The smaller dynamic range of E-6 is due to the high contrast nature of the film combined with the reversal slire that has a silver solvent in the first developer to clear highlights kind of like a weak fix mixed in first dev so that when reversed and developed, the highlights will have little density or no density whites. Congrats Stephan, what a great review of colors!
The Colors of Cross-Processing – Sample Shots for many · Lomography
The slides were a monochromatic blue color. I think perhaps it is most commonyl done when someone decides to do it at home because they have E6 chemistry available.
No funny business, just a whole heap of Lomography love right to your inbox. Go for the real deal.
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You will get negatives as a result of this type of processing. Meet Louis Dazy – a French photographer who lived in Paris for 10 years before relocating to Melbourne. For our young film photographer Caroline Dare, you are more than just a single shade or hue of a color.
Each particular film brand and emulsion will give different shifts in colour, alternate levels of contrast, and disparate proportions of sheer insanity.
A good guide to use x-pro films! Very useful and complete!
I get some dark results which I’m pretty happy with. Really good, love all those colors: Plenty of the films you mention above is no longer avaliable but i plan to shoot the provia and the fuji velvia and f and post the results here. Here are the results from some tests I’ve made: If you use it in daylight, the green will be light, decent, nice and if you use the film indoors, you slive get a darker, stronger green depending on the light conditions This films is also great to capture red and blue skies.