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  • #14153

    Like it says…..

    Cross Processing gives wedding photographs a really contemporary feel.

    http://www.digital-photography-tips.net/wedding-photography-cross-processing.html

    #14154
    iliketag
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    I like cross processing in rare cases. Unfortunately it’s huge right now… Thanks Instagram =/

    #14155
    IHF
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    lol

    heres a good marketing resource

    https://boostlikes.com

    #14167
    ebi
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    It’s too bad that the tutorial doesn’t show how to really do cross processing correctly. When done effectively it can be quite beautiful.

    #14175
    Bill
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    Did I miss the “before” pic?  would be nice for any tutorial to show you the before and after and not just the after.

    Doh!

    #14183

    You need to hover over the pic to get the before image, not that it’s worth the effort.

    #14184

    I see Before and hovering gives After.  Unfortunately, After has had all detail in her suit blown out.  The only part of After that I like better is the Mini.  I’ve seen much better examples.

    #14192
    joehomeowner
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    I kinda like the “after”, except the people are super red and it looks terrible. The car and the structure and everything are okay.

    #14198
    ebi
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    peeps don’t pay attention to skin tones….very annoying…

    #14204
    iliketag
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    winky skin tones aside, my biggest pet peeve with cross processing is the weird muddy purple color that the blacks turn into most of the time. Even when it works, it’s really hard for me to get over.

    #14234
    ebi
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    personally, I like adding a base tone to the shadows and highlights. It’s not really cross processing. Lightroom calls it split toning. But it’s a style that I quite like but i’ve seen it overdone quite often.

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