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There are numerous different "looks" that one can acheive by cross processing film. These depend on media, chemistry, lighting, exposure, and developement. I suggest you look at an image you like. Decide what makes it different from a normal image. Then using PS CC tools change your normal image to one with attributes you like. ie - Blue shadow/peach highlights, higher saturation/contrast. Play with the process. Make it your own, instead of a readymade (plugin). Best, ~S~ >Is it possible to imitate cross-processing effect in Photoshop? >Is there a plug-in that can do that? >Thanx! Dejan V. - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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