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Cross Process

Uploaded by: WurzelDave

Sunday March 20, 2011

Bridgwater, Somerset, United Kingdom

Caption: Anemone: This is only uploaded to show the difference between scanning a cross processed slide photo (top) & scanning a cross processed slide negative (bottom).

Software: Picasa

Artist: Picasa

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1. WurzelDave
4:01 PM GMT on March 26, 2011
The rest of the this cross processed series will either be a scanned photo or negative, this is only uploaded to show you the difference between the two!!
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About WurzelDave


I'm a 'wurzel' who lives in South West England (UK) in the county of Somerset (next to Devon), famous for scrumpy cider, Cheddar cheese, The Wurzels (well worth going to see) & birth county of 2009 F1 world champion Jenson Button.Like the rest of the West Country, Somerset has many areas, places & landscapes worth a visit such as Glastonbury Tor & Abbey ruins, Quantock hills, West Somerset Railway, Cheddar Gorge, & Exmoor, to name but a very few.Favourite holiday destiations are Iceland (see alot of photos) & the Icehotel in Jukkasjarvi Sweden (also see photos). Still a lover of the flim camera, my first camera was an Halina 110 camera which you could buy flip flashes for! I have a Canon 3000V SLR film camera, also have some TLR cameras from the 1950's plus Canon powershot A3300 & SX150 digital cameras which are useful for close up macro shots & also makes film 'last' longer!

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