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cross processing [Jul. 25th, 2007|06:13 pm]
[Current Mood |curious]

i'm planning on cross processing whatever's on my next roll of film.. so, i'm going to have my c41 run through the e6 chemicals.. but i don't want the low contrast (my intentions weren't to cross process but i think i want to now)

would it make sense for me to tell my lab to push-process a few stops to compensate because i didn't intentionally overexpose?

my brain says yes, but i'm not entirely sure.

will post scans when they're ready!

[User Picture]From: bassfingers
2007-07-26 01:32 am (UTC)
Never tried that combo, personally, but it should work if you exposed properly and follow the data sheets. Wouldn't try anything too fancy on your first roll, though.
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