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Want to learn about cross-processing? Read our guide!

New to Lomography and analogue photography? Check out our new webpage www.crossprocessing.info for a simple and fun guide to one of our favorite techniques, cross-processing!

Photo by upic

Written as a guide for analogue newcomers, our brand new site www.crossprocessing.info gives you the perfect introduction to the wild world of X-Pro. Find out what it is, where to get it done and the crazy kinds of effects it gives!

Visit www.crossprocessing.info

Photo by zakguy

Never heard of cross-processing before? Well, Cross-processing (or X-Pro for short) is the procedure of deliberately processing one type of film in a chemical solution intended for another type of film – It gives you some really crazy, cool, random effects – Why not give it a try and see for yourself!

Photo by magicbus

Want some more in-depth information on cross-processing? Read these great guides by mephisto19 and eggzakly

Want to see more examples? View a gallery of the most popular cross-processed photos

And check out Lomography X-Pro Chrome (35mm) and Lomography X-Pro Slide 200 film (35mm and 120) in the Lomography Online Shop to get X-perimental with X-Pro photography!

written by tomas_bates


  1. nicx


    Cross processing forever!

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  2. qrro



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  3. stouf


    The Inverted Equation of Cross Processing was written by eggzakly. : )

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  4. stouf


    Still I'm happy to see my silly smile riding my bike on this shot by @rater ! (the negative X-pro shot)

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  5. bombetator


    Cross-process everything! XD
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  6. wil6ka


    love the picture of @upic

    about 3 years ago · report as spam
  7. bravebird


    thanks a lot, @wil6ka

    about 3 years ago · report as spam

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