So I had a roll of expired (by one year but freezer kept) Provia 100F that I thought I'd have fun with. I loaded it into my Lubitel 2 and took it to the beach. My plan all along was to cross-process the roll in C-41 chemicals. Well as these things go, I ended up with a handful of frames (portraits) that I'd rather not chance. Since I wasn't using a light meter, I think I may have overexposed these frames by, at most, one stop. They were taken in full sun, f/11 at 1/250, though I doubt the shutter is quite that fast (1/200 maybe). So I'm wondering, do I want to cross-process the film myself, or send it off to a lab... and what -- ask them to pull it by one stop? (I'm not doing E-6 at home quite yet.) Does cross-processing buy me any latitude? How is Provia's latitude compared to other slide films? The other factor here is that I'd really like to print these frames optically. So another point for cross-processing, since any post-Ilfochrome attempt to print the slide (e.g. RA-4 reversal) is going to give me offbeat colors anyhow. But if I did nail the exposure, I think these will be beautiful chromes. What to do, what to do? Thanks for your thoughts.