Cross-processing is a film development technique where a film intended for one type of chemical processing is developed using different chemicals meant for another film type. This creates unusual and striking color effects, such as vibrant colors, high contrasts, and unpredictable tones. The process leads to a distinct and artistic look in the final images, making it a popular choice among photographers seeking unique and creative results.
I used a small matchbox as a pinhole camera.
Develop a positive film in a negative bath, negative film in a positive bath.

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