X-Pro Bay. (Kodak Elite Chrome 100 — Cross-Processed. Nikon F100. Epson V500.)
This entry was posted on March 17, 2009 by iheartfilm. It was filed under Kodak Elite Chrome 100, X-Pro and was tagged with bay, chesapeake bay, cross-processed, epson v500, Kodak Elite Chrome 100, nikon f100, pier, X-Pro.
Love, love, love this. The details in the water are AMAZING.
March 17, 2009 at 7:28 PM
simply stunning . . .
March 17, 2009 at 7:30 PM
Glad I found your blog. Incredible stuff. My girlfriend does some x-pro and her photos arent nearly as skilled as yours. Hope she doesn’t read this . . .
March 17, 2009 at 10:39 PM
Everyone seems to be shooting Elite Chrome. What are your thoughts on it? By the way, your photos are stunning.
March 18, 2009 at 1:09 AM
Unique composition and execution. I really like it.
I don’t know if I can explain this in a few words but we have this raging controversy in our local camera club on what constitutes a photograph and what a digitally manipulation image (i.e. photoshop and the like). I directed some folks to your site for examples of what can be done with film. You do things with film that I can’t even dream of doing with my Photoshop skill set.
Very well done!
March 18, 2009 at 10:34 AM
Terry – Thanks.
James – Good to see you.
Xavier – lol. Thank you. X-pro is pretty fun stuff.
Halen – Wonderful film. If processed regularly, it produces some stunning blues. Cross-processed, it typically produces a really cool shade of aquamarine.
Ed – That’s the cool thing about cross-processing: you can attempt to fake it in Photoshop, but only in the darkroom can you get the right tones and textures. I’ve also been experimenting with double exposures, something that can easily be done in Photoshop but that looks more ghostly on film.
March 18, 2009 at 11:53 PM
This is *gorgeous*.
March 22, 2009 at 6:45 AM
Yeah, this is a really cool slide film. Everyone seems to be using it these days.
March 22, 2009 at 5:49 PM
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