The sky looks like fire on cross-processed Fujichrome Sensia. I should note right now that, with the exception of cropping and dust removal, none of the colours of any of these images were altered in Photoshop or any other program. The strange colour effects are the result of cross-processing my film :)
What else looks cool when you cross-process it?
My dad's plane.
How about rushing water? Or a calm lake?
People? Well, people look a little strange, I must say...
The Interlake, originally posted about here; Kaeleigh on the bottom.
Cats are still cute, even when shot through a screen. Hair looks neat.
As mentioned previously, the above shots were all taken on Fujichrome Sensia 100. Different types of slide film will yield different colour results when cross-processed. Awhile ago, I tried Kodak Elite Chrome 100 and, as you can see below, the results were very different.
Cats are still cute through screens, flowers are still nice, and the Assiniboine Park Pavilion is, well, kinda blue.
Have you ever cross-processed any film? If so, what type of film do you prefer to cross-process? And, if you have, feel free to link me any photos :) I have a couple different slide films I intend to try cross-processing, but if you have a fave I would love it hear it!