Color Studies-Cross Processing-C41 Film Processed In E6 Chemistry (7 images)
Cross processing is a technique where exposed film is processed in an incompatible chemistry. In this case I processed a color negative film, which would normally use a C-41 chemistry process, in a chemistry used to normally process transparency film, an E-6 process. The result was a color transparency.
I used a high speed film, 1600 ISO, because I think that the grain structure adds an interesting compositional element when used with the effects of cross processing.