Cross-Processed 35mm Film Portrait Series by Zeno Gill

Crosses Processed 35mm Film Portraits by Zeno Gill on Shoot It With Film
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Today, we’re featuring a set of cross-processed film portraits from photographer Zeno Gill. Cross-processing is a method of intentionally developing film in the wrong chemicals causing color shifts and added contrast to the images. Zeno used this experimental technique in his work to create vibrant green color shifts enhancing the vintage aesthetic of the series.

Analog cameras and films used: Canon AE-1 (Find at KEH Camera or on eBay) | Fujichrome Velvia (Find on Amazon)

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Model: Catherine McCafferty

Cross-Processed 35mm Film Portrait Series
Crosses Processed 35mm Film Portraits by Zeno Gill on Shoot It With Film
Crosses Processed 35mm Film Portraits by Zeno Gill on Shoot It With Film
Crosses Processed 35mm Film Portraits by Zeno Gill on Shoot It With Film
Crosses Processed 35mm Film Portraits by Zeno Gill on Shoot It With Film
Crosses Processed 35mm Film Portraits by Zeno Gill on Shoot It With Film
Crosses Processed 35mm Film Portraits by Zeno Gill on Shoot It With Film
Crosses Processed 35mm Film Portraits by Zeno Gill on Shoot It With Film

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