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[OM] Re: Cross Processing

Subject: [OM] Re: Cross Processing
From: "Mike Stoesz" <mstoesz@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 04 Feb 2002 22:38:11 -0700
I may be a little late on this but,  cross-processing has no effect on
the chemistry.  I would be happy to do cross-processing for list
members. No premium pricing.  Please contact me off list at:
mstoesz@xxxxxxxxxxx or rphotography2@xxxxxxxxx

It is fun and produces great results.  I can also print unmounted E-6 as
reversed prints with various effects. 

Best wishes, Mike



Date: Fri, 01 Feb 2002 01:35:55 +0000
From: "John A. Lind" <jlind@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [OM] Cross Processing

At 01:45 2/1/02, JOSH wrote:
>Hello everyone,
>
>
> I have been considering trying cross processing- (E-6 film developed
in
>C-41) I was wondering if anyone knows of any special consideration for
when
>actually take my pictures? I know I'm supposed to bracket, but is there
>anything else???

Yes:
Ensure the lab *knows* you're requesting cross-processing and is willing
to 
do this in their chemistry. I don't know of any "consumer" mini-labs
that 
will knowingly risk contamination of their chemistry (and everyone
else's 
C-41 film run through it) doing this. As with any other very special 
custom processing, you will undoubtedly pay a premium fee for it.

- -- John

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