My 1st cross-processed film. Every photo came out over-exposed, but it's probably due to the lightmeter of the camera (soviet SLR Zenit 12cd), because I fixed it and re-set the lightmeter before this roll.
I adjusted the luminosity while scanning the film, and finally it doesn't really look X-Pro, but I like the colors, a bit washed.
Also we can see diagonal lines on the light parts of the most exposed pictures.

I put a a piece of cardboard teared in the chamber of the camera to create this frame on each picture.

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