Recipe to obtain the weirdest results with this negative film: Horizon Perfekt + green filter + reversed x-pro in expired chemistries.
I can’t really comment on the characteristics of that film, according to these results. Sorry…
I loaded it in my Horizon Perfekt, with one of its color filters (green). I processed it at home with my Jobo. As I only had expired E6 chemistries, I cross-processed it.
The results were extremely weird. I didn’t know if these were negative or positive. So I scanned them in both settings and putted the results together. In the gallery, negative scans are on the left or on top, and positive scans are on the right or on bottom.
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