Photo Essay

Cross-processed Fuji Sensia 100

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Cross-processing is when you take slide film meant to be developed with the E-6 processand develop it with the C-41 process that's normally used for regular color negative film. Doing this causes the color of your photos to get shifted in wacky ways. Different types of slide film produce different types of color shifts that are semi-predictable. Fuji Sensia 100ISO tends to shift red and purple when you cross-process it. Here are some examples.

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