I do have a filter with effects for different film brands. I never played with it much cause I didn't see much change but likely needed to use more strength. Not sure. I might try it sometime. :)
Its just a part of a software that I use with photoshop. Now I'm curious. Not sure if I have a style of photos suited for this effect but should try sometime :)
I think i shot the 64ISO film at 200, this was my first cross-processing experiment. I agree with you...the noise in color is not so nice....but as this was experimental and a first, I thought it worthy. Thanks for coming to check my stuff...I appreciate any critique!
This is why I like film! It is hard to replicate the magic and uniqueness, not to mention you get one of a kind shots! Very well done. The pastel colours and grain give it a nostalgic feel that I can't even dream of doing with ps.
Thank you...the sky was actually much different but the cross processing worked to some degree. I enjoy the small color grain I've been getting by pushing color film. I hope to one day develop some nice sharp work as well. :)
It is what happens when you take a 64 ISO film and Shoot it at 200ISO then develop it naturally. I had some chemical problems with this batch of developer, but I think that overall it did add something to this shot. thank you for commenting!