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My Secret Ingredient for a Delicious Xpro

My secret Ingredient for a very satisfying Lomographic meal: Kodak Ektachrome E100G!

If you talk about a crusader, in Venezuela, you are talking about a type of stew (soup typical) that combines chicken and beef. Then you talk about cross-processing slide film, color negative or vice versa. Gastronomically, the cross is very tasty, and Lomographic too. Therefore I present to you my secret ingredient for this process: the Slide Kodak Ektachrome E100G

This film creates wonderfully saturated colors while maintaining a wonderful contrast. Furthermore, the Kodak Ektachrome is spectacular as it gives a fine grain. A nice thing about this film is that although it ‘exploits’ the colors, but it does not ‘over-kill’ the overall tone of the picture. I recommend you shoot in lots of light to get those amazing results.

These photos were taken with my beloved Diana F+, which adds to the Ektachrome. It’s wonderful vignetting and in general, strengthens its virtues. The film also comes in 35mm, so try it with the LC-A which I already did and I’m looking forward to seeing the result. It is going to be great.

And now to prepare more photos for you to like!

written by susielomovitz and translated by mightymouse


  1. disasterarea


    Wow...I've been looking for some good cross processing film for bright sunshine, and I think I just found it!

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  2. pushkar


    my fav slide film.. love the cross processed blues & reds

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  3. panelomo


    delicious indeed!

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  4. nural


    I love this film too! Great results and well not as expensive as some other slide films :)

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  5. adrienne-is


    I have one 120 roll of this I'm thinking of using this weekend. I've never used it before and was thinking I should process normal first before xpro. Seeing your pictures makes me think differently. Hmmm. Do I order the crusader or the plain chciken stew? Decisions....

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  6. cupcakesyesplease


    I was wondering if I have to specifically as for my film to be cross processed when using this film. Thanks!
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