Yes , all C41 films I saw the base was clean and not orange.
I never saw any of the Kodak C41 b&w films cross processed in E6, but the lab I used to work at sometimes cross processed Ilford XP2 in E6, and it took on a green tint somehow.
That was with Kodak chemistry in a big Refrema.
The guy processing the film wasn't too keen to do it, as he said he was worried about contamination. I haven't found any substantiated evidence that this would be the case, but when I cross process film using home kits, I always wait until the end of the kit capacity to run those rolls, just in case.
I hope that helps a little bit.
Thanks for your replies. :)
I assume that i need to shoot with a red filter as well.
Was wondering as well if i can over expose the film, instead of having pushed (would be easier for me since i shoot in a studio).
I finally got around to do more kodak 400cn film crossed processed and I really like the results. Will post some results soon.
Here is a recent shot I took with 400 CN that was crossed process in E6. What do you guys think :
that's nice---what speed did you shoot it at?
How did you get it to be B&W?
When I did that with some Kodak 400 CN film I got a very bad green color in the scan...
Granted I did this about a year ago with a lot less skill and knowledge as now, but still...
This is the straight scan...
And this is after some finagling ...
Obviously you scanned it as B&W or converted it after? But I had a hell of a time with the orange base...
Or am I missing something?
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I exposed the film at 100 ISO and I ask the lab to cross process and push the film to 1 stop and a half.
Here is the raw scan from the slide :
It was just a matter of applying a black and white layer after.