Cross processing is 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").
But for a period in the 1980s and 1990s, cross-processed images were very much the vogue, with Nick Knight's fashion and studio work being arguably the most influential.
This particular look has made a comeback, so this is a sample of this interesting process.
♥Title: Sea Shell & Starfish
♥Size: 4 x 6
All photos are printed on Fujicolor Crystal Archive Professional paper which it is well known for quality and longevity. Print comes unframed and unmatted.
Please Note: colors may vary slightly due to different monitors, but the print looks much more vibrant in real life.
Your print is made to order and presented on professional-grade, acid-free (archival quality) luster photo paper. Unframed, ships in a sturdy, no-bend envelope in a plastic sleeve. Please allow two weeks for production and U.S. shipping; expedited shipping available for additional charge if desired (please contact me).
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