Cross processing is a photographic film process where a processing solution for one type of film is used with another. This solution is therefore not intended to process the film correctly and creates a more unusual stylised image. Typically these images were very high in contrast and many of the colours within the picture become unnatural. However, this delebrate misuse of film and processing solution was often used to create this style. The same effect is easy to reproduce with digital photography and a selection of my images which have the replication of cross processing can be seen below.