Title: Summer Assigner: Jennie Warren Description: It’s summertime so I thought we should make some hot summer images (Open to interpretation)!
Tamar Levine- Cross-Processed
I brought my 5D on my road trip from Seattle to Tahoe with every intention of using it a TON. However, I found myself using my iPhone a lot more! There are many great apps, including Camera +, which has a cross-processing option. I ended up using this for my assignment (I also shot with my Holga for this assignment but the film won’t be processed until next week).
Blake Sinclair - Cross Processed
For the cross-processing assignment I went for the bleach-bypass look. In the past I experimented with this technique using film and chemicals, so I tweaked a digital image to match those washed out midtones and golden highlight details.
Alan Gastelum- Cross Processed
Alberta Cross at Governors Island, NY
Jennifer Becker for The Bark
Jennifer Becker has photos published from her series “hey pup” in the most recent issue of The Bark. Click here to see more.
Manjari Sharma - Cross Processed
The cross processed assignment for TIAPB lined up just perfectly with a real life assignment for me. I was hired to do the photography for Megan Palmer’s new album Old 33. Megan is extremely talented and yay, the production work on the album just wrapped up! The package design, layout and cover illustration was done by the very talented Bill Gaines. To get a closer look at the album, please...
Lauren Randolph - Cross Process
The first image was shot on expired Fujichrome Velvia slide film, and processed using C-41 chemicals. It was the last frame on my roll, so I put in some Kodak Portra negative film and shot the second picture. Cross Processing is pretty unpredictable, but it was fun comparing the differences.
Justin Carrasquillo - Cross Process
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Ryan Schude - Cross Processed
Velvia 100 Transparency Film crossed using C-41 chemicals Oakland, California
Colin Young-Wolff- Cross Process
I wanted to capture some of the carnival aspects of last weekend’s Sunset Junction festival for this assignment. The same digital cross processing technique was used for both of these shots so it’s interesting to see the different results.
Photo Show This Thursday in LA
Night-themed projections at Space 1520 in Hollywood this Thursday from 8-10 pm.
Ryan Krauter-cross process
Marcus, pictured above, was on the Fort Lauderdale Beach when I snapped this. It was hot and muggy back at the end of July.
Jana Cruder - Cross Process
[caption id=”” align=”alignnone” width=”343” caption=”Glamazon bt Jana Cruder”][/caption] This is an out-take from a shoot that I recently shot for fashion editorial in Malibu, the overcast day made for perfect light. I use a lot of filters when I shoot for different lighting / effects ect.everything on / in camera when I shoot.. The images in...
Karl Puchlik - Cross Process
Jennie Warren - Cross Process
this is my friend Jeannine. I was visiting San Francisco last weekend and so was she. She’s an amazing artist and person. She lives in Sweden now. The fog and her new bleached hair inspired me to make this image.
Jose Mandojana - Cross Process
Summer’s almost over
Christopher Dibble - Cross Process
Not a traditional Cross-Process, but a close alternative process.
Jennifer Becker- Cross Process
Andrea LaBarge Mills - Cross Process
Call for Programmers!
Now that we have our identity, we’re ready to set up the gallery site, this is a photo gallery! We’re looking to recruit a little help with this. We’ll probably be running the site off of Zen Cart. We’ve already decided how we need it to look and work, but we need someone who can program it in the simplest way for monthly updates (as we complete new assignments). If this is...
J. Wesley Brown - Cross Process
Our new logo!
Our super talented friend Beryl designed a logo for thisisaphotoblog! You can check out her site below. She works at an ad agency but freelances as well so please email her for all your design needs! Thanks Beryl!! Here is Beryl’s info: http://berylfirestone.com/ And her blog: http://averagelyenvoweled.blogspot.com/ And finally, our new logo! Beryl also designed logos for This is a photo...
Alexa Miller - Cross Process
Technique: B&W Film - Sepia - Cream (modified) and B&W Film - Gold Split
Justin Carrasquillo shoots Snoop Dogg for Best Buy
Technique: Cross Process + Skin tone neutralization.
Tamar Levine for 944 Magazine
Tamar Levine photographed actress Katerina Graham for this month’s 944 Magazine. Please click images below to enlarge!