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01-04-2010, 10:00 AM   #31
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I've actually developed a couple of rolls which somehow turned out looking like they just used a normal colour negative film. However most do have wacky colours, and you really don't know what to expect.

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Here they are.
They're weird and wacky.
They're far from good looking, but good looking from afar!
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I really like the one with the padlock!

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Instant ART! Are you sure you didn't take those shots intended to cross-process?

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I really like the one with the padlock!
Thanks. That purplish stuff in the background is snow. Weird indeed!
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Your second shot looks cool
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With the subject material you were shooting, cross process worked out fine. Despite the "goof", I hope you're pleased with the results.

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With the subject material you were shooting, cross process worked out fine. Despite the "goof", I hope you're pleased with the results.

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At first I was shocked or stunned or even confused at the results.
However, I am coming around to the belief that it was all meant to be.
I'm not sure if 'pleased' is how I feel, but I can live it.

Thanks for the positive comments.
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I like it! That second shot is nice. I may just have to try this.
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I have 2 rolls of exposed Velvia 100.
They're not getting the cross-processiing treatment!
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