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Oh, this was ECN-2!

 

I did a similiar test a while ago using C-41.

However, I filmed a picture that I inverted on the monitor, so that the result was positive:

http://www.peaceman.de/blog/index.php/inverses-crossen

 

So you just inverted the video after ECN-2 development before uploading it to youtube, right? RIght after development it should have been negative. :)

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The original crossprocessing like in the 80-ies fashionphotography relies on putting E6 slide film through C-41 chemistry. This yields positive images wihtout computers :) It is now quite popular with people who are into sloppy photography: Lomography.

Using cheap expired film and C-41 which isn't so expensive like E-6 (in small sets).

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