What is Cross Processing?
In analog photography Cross-processing is the procedure of deliberately develop one type of film in a chemical solution intended for another type of film.
As particular chemical solutions are optimized for specific kinds of film, you will get unpredictable and interesting results when they are combined differently.
In the digital era you can easily achieve these amazing results with Adobe Lightroom and get much more control on the process, better than a good professional photo lab.
To this end we offer the most powerful tool ever made to cross-process your photos using Adobe Lightroom.
Each of the presets in our products have been lovingly researched to ensure your photos look instantly amazing.
All our presets are 100% non destructive and works on photos with any style of lighting.
But the best is yet to come: get professional results it’s easy like a mouse click!
How it works?
Cross process your photo in 7 Steps. Steps (except the first) are not mandatory. You can choose to apply any of them as you prefer. Each step have a [reset] button in order to remove only that adjustment leaving untouched the others. +Step 1: Choose an emulsion between 12 available. Only this step is mandatory. +Step 2: Choose a curve adjustment (fade, fade highlights, fade shadows, luminosity). +Step 3: Choose saturation. +Step 4: Choose contrast. +Step 5: Choose grain. +Step 6: Choose sharpen. +Step 7: Choose vignette.
Inside the package
#45 .lrtemplate file
#1 User guide\
Our Lightroom presets has been successfully tested with Adobe Lightroom 4, 5, 6 & Creative Cloud
These presets were designed to be used with the following file types: RAW, JPG, PNG.
Applications SupportedAdobe Lightroom
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