The prime choice for outrageous colors, cross processing is a technique that consists of developing a slide film as if it were a normal color negative film. Simply ask your local lab technician (nicely) to process your slide film in C-41 (normally used for 35mm color negative) and see what you get out of it. By using the "wrong" chemicals, the colors become displaced and your image explodes with brightness, saturation, and contrast. The unpredictability of results is perfect for the Lomographer and gives the photo an even softer edge. Each film and laboratory will produce different results - which is part of the reason we love it!
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