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    These were printed at the same balance. Left is Portra VC and right is EPP cross processed. The reddish fog in my process balanced the two films rather nicely.

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    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Negative wild daisies Portra VC.jpg   Negative wild daisies EPP C41.jpg  

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    I've always managed a very neutral colour balance with E200 cross-processed and printed on RA4 Endura paper. It takes a while to find the right pack, but eventually I ended up with normal-looking, hypersaturated and grainy shots.
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    A trick a few professional Printers i have worked with do is get a piece of processed unexposed film base and have that sandwiched with the cross processed film to help control the image contrast and tone slightly.
    Does anyone else here do this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen Frizza View Post
    A trick a few professional Printers i have worked with do is get a piece of processed unexposed film base and have that sandwiched with the cross processed film to help control the image contrast and tone slightly.
    Does anyone else here do this?
    Steve, I do this to control balance without excessive filtration. It does not help with contrast and tone though.

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    Do you find that you have problems with Newton's Rings?
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    Quote Originally Posted by perkeleellinen View Post
    Do you find that you have problems with Newton's Rings?
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    The filters should be in the filter tray!

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    Aha! I had in mind sandwiching a piece of film directly against the cross-processed neg.
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    I have given a slight warm flash to give more natural look in skin tone.
    second enlarger , flash the whole paper, then put into standard enlarger and print

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
    Steve;

    The filters should be in the filter tray!

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    What if you put the unexposed, developed C41 stock taped on the top neg holder so it doesn't come in contact with the Xpross neg.

    Would this work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brucemuir View Post
    What if you put the unexposed, developed C41 stock taped on the top neg holder so it doesn't come in contact with the Xpross neg.

    Would this work?
    It is fine anywhere in the light train except under the lens or between the lens and negative. In fact, with sheet film, there is an anti-Newton Ring layer as a coating on the back in some films. It was recently eliminated due to scanning problems.

    This layer on the back of sheet films was intended to reduce Newton Rings and also aid in retouching.

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