November 2010

Cross Processing with Photoshop.

Cross processing gained popularity in the 1960s, as an effect created by purposefully using the wrong chemicals to process film. There are many variations of cross-processing, but the most recognizable attributes are the darkest parts of a photo becoming blue, with the photo taking on a slight general yellow tint. Cross processing can be reproduced using Photoshop’s curves and levels to alter a photo’s tone, and in today’s Quick Tip PhotoTutsPlus explains just how to do that!

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