In this tutorial you’ll learn how to create a ‘filmic’ cross-process look for a fun and funky finish to your photos, writes Andrew James. Cross-processing, the act of developing a roll of film using the wrong chemicals, involved processing E6 film through the C41 process. These chemicals were normally used to process slide film so the results changed the look of the image. Replicating the look in both Photoshop and as here, Lightroom, is fun and looks great on the right image.
Published in Imaging Skills