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Let me say right off the bat that I am SO HAPPYwith the look of this image!!! I am amazed that I was able to create this look with NO DIGITAL MANIPULATION. I will be the first to admit that I just got lucky with this one. Cross processed Velvia never looks this way. Many of the images on this roll came out in a golden hue which really surprised me. This image almost looks naturally sepia. Sometimes experimentation leads to really cool results!
Rounding out the images for my JPG story "Are Child's Eyes Made of Plastic?" comes these three submissions. Pictured here is an abandoned camper that I did not notice the first few times I photographed the park.
Created using my AGFA Clack camera with 12 year expired Fuji Velvia RVP120 (ISO 50) slide film, cross processed with C41. Negative scanned with my Epson v700 Perfection scanner. No digital manipulation used!
In the story Are Child's Eyes Made of Plastic?.
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