X-pro (short for cross-processing) is basically developing your film in the wrong chemicals. If you are shooting color negative film you develop it with E6 (chemicals for slide film) and you will get slides. If you´re shooting slide film, you develop it with C-41 (chemicals for color negative film) and you´ll get negatives. Depending on the film you use and the lab you use to develop, you´ll get completely different results. Great results depend on accurate exposure, experience through experimenting with a variety of films and a ton of luck! In this tutorial I´ll show you how to get interesting results using Photoshop with one of the most complicated processes: developing color negative film in E6 without the hassle of having to scan the resulting slides on to your PC.
C-41 to E6 X-pro for psychedelic colors!
Turn your photos into stunning works of art
You've gotta see this. Every now and then someone rolls into the world of photography and Photoshop and takes the whole thing to a new level.
That's what I'm seeing with this guy named Sebastian Michaels. You might have heard of him. Seems everyone is talking about this nowadays ...
Seriously — if you've ever thought of going beyond conventional Photoshop techniques and wanted to learn to create works of serious art, you're not going to want to miss this.