When I’m at home on my days off from work, I usually lie in bed with a computer working on music and watching cartoons. I was watching some Adventure Time and realized that one of the characters reminded me of an abstract photograph Kim and I made.
It is a totally ANALOG photograph. The only digital part of this process was scanning it in for you guys to see. The process came from soaking the film in a mixture of detergent and silica gel for three days, then letting it dry. Afterwards, I gave the film to Kim to load up into a Holga 120N. It took a few months to get the roll finished, but when it was done, I cross-processed it and the result is liquid, warped, psychedelic color shifts.
The best part of the process is that I had all control of the treatment of the film and the developing, but no role in the shooting of the film. This process yields exciting, unpredictable results and I can’t wait to shoot another roll.
Holga 120N, Lomography X-Pro 100, Cross-processed
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