Cross-processed result

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  1. pentaxpete

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    here is a 'cross-processed' AGFA RS100 slide film in well-used C41 chemicals -- I used my 2002 Hasselblad+80mm f2.8 CFE Planar T* lens, a 16-on back and tripod -- I scanned with Epson 1650 flatbed, Vuescan Pro and PhotoShop 7 and did NO colour correction as I liked the 'Green' colour cast!
     

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    The forest looks... very green!
     
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    I thought that was Velvia processed normally. (Just kidding.)
     
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    Hey now, Velvia is a beautiful film. You should be feeding that new camera of yours with some. :smile:
     
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    Thanks for viewing -- I DO have lots of 120 VELVIA in the fridge all outdated -- it's the cost of E6 processing now here in UK that is the trouble !
     
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    Get the Tetenal E-6 kit and do it at home. It's not difficult.