What Is 'Cross-Processing'?

October 02, 2014

Cross processing or X-pro is a way of developing your rolls of film! 
Standard colour negative film uses the C-41 process, which gives you a set of negatives to be scanned.
Slide film uses the E6 process, which gives you a set of positive slides. 
Cross processing is when you swap the developing types! 
So slide film goes in C-41 & colour neg goes in E6! 
Slide film is generally X-pro'd more often and results in whacked out colour and contrasts! 
Well worth any film photographers chop to give it a go! 


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