8.02.2007

cross processed

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first i have to say thank you thank you thank you to meg who told me about cross processing, pointed me to different films, and offered to have my roll developed. seriously? who is that nice? meg i guess. so cross processing, are you scratching your head? what is it? it means to process color slide film in chemicals for regular photography, or conversely regular film in chemicals for slide film. and what does that do for you? well it gives you all this super saturated color and a bit of graininess and is just plain cool in my opinion. i shot a roll of 36 on our trip to minneapolis and honestly i thought for sure none of them would come out. i was really bummed. yesterday my film showed up from meg (thank you again!) and wow wow! i was so excited! i have been having so much fun playing with my film camera, it feels so good to learn something new. maybe next i will tackle some true black & white? well, lets not get crazy. if you are interested, you can see the whole roll here, i am sure there is some flickr etiquette that you only upload a few pictures at a time, but i couldnt help it. i had to put up all of them. oh well.

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20 Comments:

Anonymous erin said...

really, flickr etiquette? screw that. your photos rock.

7:14 AM  
Anonymous meg said...

lol! what erin said! they're wonderful. (how did i miss that chair one; i love it!)

7:22 AM  
Blogger Kris, Joanna, Nora & Charlotte said...

gorgeous photos. i L-O-V-E the photos of you and david in front of the brick wall.

7:25 AM  
Blogger hannah said...

ha! thanks erin & meg!

7:56 AM  
Blogger shari said...

these are fantastic hannah! i want to learn how to use my pentax a bit better but i'm also trying to learn my digital slr. i swear. i don't have enough time in the day. xox

8:03 AM  
Blogger eshu said...

yay! they look so awesome, way better than any of my xpro experiments!

8:28 AM  
Anonymous jmac said...

dude, you're becoming quite the artist...

10:12 AM  
Blogger molly said...

i have serious crush on all this film work of yours. I LOVE it!

1:41 PM  
Anonymous amy h said...

These are great! I love the color.

How did you do the photos that are in strips? I've been able to overlap exposures, but not have clear strips like that...

2:44 PM  
Blogger julieree said...

dude, those are awesome. I love the chairs one. And the orange juice one. well, all of them really. :)

4:44 PM  
Anonymous gracia said...

Cross processing brilliance... happy to have found my way over to your blog from flickr too.

6:11 PM  
Anonymous toby said...

Totally awesome. I love the shot of you and David standing.

5:03 AM  
Anonymous Rachel said...

These are so rad! You make me want to pull out the old 35mm as well. Great pics!

7:07 AM  
Anonymous jenny said...

aw yes. meg IS that nice. :) i love your roll, and i'm glad you didn't hold back on flickr so we could get a full serving of film goodness!

9:22 AM  
Blogger lisa s said...

i've been breaking that flickr etiquette rule like CRAZY lately! :)

love the cross-processed shots. just love! you are making me want to play with film. your chair shot [the minis] is DIVINE

7:16 PM  
Anonymous Lala said...

I faved the chair shot on Flickr - just love it.

I have a feeling that the grain comes from the film speed and not the cross processing, so you may want to try different ISO's as well. My fave has always been ektachrome, which is a lot of fun to play around with.

6:26 AM  
Blogger andrea said...

okay, so first you got me all inspired to drag out my film camera and start shooting film again. now, I'm feeling not so scared of trying the whole cross processing thing. I've been longingly admiring the works of others from a great distance... but have always felt so intimidated by the idea. so loving your whole set!

you're killing me with your photography lately, hannah. I'm never going to have the money to buy that nikon D80 now. :)

10:12 PM  
Anonymous steph said...

I just discovered your blog and I think I might be addicted :)

I'm getting a holga in the mail this week; not exactly a fancy schmancy 35mm, but I thinks I'm gonna have some fun with it! And, like you, I might have to try cross-processing sooner or later.

cONGrATULATIONS! on a happy anniversary. and I'm pleased to have met you :)

Steph

12:34 AM  
Anonymous steph said...

I just discovered your blog and I think I might be addicted :)

I'm getting a holga in the mail this week; not exactly a fancy schmancy 35mm, but I thinks I'm gonna have some fun with it! And, like you, I might have to try cross-processing sooner or later.

cONGrATULATIONS! on a happy anniversary. and I'm pleased to have met you :)

Steph

12:34 AM  
Blogger kristen said...

every time i see you with your camera taking photos, i get insanely jealous. maybe jealous isn't the right word...more like just wishing i'd pull out my old camera and take some chances. the photos were so fun to look at. i agree with john.

8:29 PM  

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