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Re: Mixing it up
Bob Festa wrote:
>From my understanding, cross processing involves a technique such as
>shooting an Eastman Camera Negative in a traditional fashion, but instead of
>processing in a ECN-2 developer, processing takes place in a non traditional
>print developer soup, such as process E-6. My understanding is that this
>process is a positive, or release print developer. ...<del>...
E6 is the Kodak reversal processing for Ektachrome films. If your client
his ECN films souped in it, he got positive pictures ready for
orange cast projection.
As I know here around some people interested in playing the
Cross Processing game, can you ask the CP wizard who treated
the film you transfered
to tell us how he eliminated the ECN rem-jet in an E6 processing machine.
(For the telecine duplication of this CP look, I am all ears)
Jean-Pierre Beauviala www.alpes-net.fr/aaton