Digitally simulate traditional film cross-processing techniques, creating skewed color effects that range from the subtle to the extreme.
Cross-processing is a technique used in traditional photography where C-41 print film is processed in the chemicals meant for the processing of E-6 slide film, or vice versa. Images processed in this way are easily recognisnisable, with their strangely altered colours and increased contrast.
Different types of film and chemicals produce different results, and the process is often difficult to control and repeat. ProcessFX allows you to reproduce the cross processed look in software, with full control over the effect.