Tag Archives: cross processing
We may not have cherry blossoms out here in California, but we do have flowering pear trees. I’m so glad I thought to photograph them before last night, because we had a pretty severe rainstorm and most of the blossoms … Continue reading
While walking to an art fair a couple of months ago, I spotted this vintage set of wheels. I think it’s a Ford? Couldn’t resist adding some cross processing. Sorry I’m so late posting this. I woke up at 5 … Continue reading
There’s a vintage drycleaners sign in Encinitas and I made it more so by adding some cross-processing. . . . On the flip side, it reads: “Fabric Expert.” Great weekend, everyone!
I shot this about a month ago and to my surprise, it made Flickr’s Explore. To add interest, I boosted the brightness and added some cross processing. Here’s the original photo: On another note, I just found a really funny … Continue reading
I took this at Mount Vernon a while back. I like the way it turned out, especially the silhouettes, but decided to try some cross processing (Xpro for short) just for fun…. A little edgier, yeah? I desaturated the color, … Continue reading