Thursday, January 17, 2008

Cross Processing

I tried cross processing on an image I took a while back of my son and daughter.



Here's SOOC.

And here's the cross processed version. I also cropped and straightened.

CC please!

21 comments:

hailiriley said...

That looks great to me! I really need to start playing around in PS more!
Cari

Mandy said...

I love x-processing. This give it some great detail.

jglanzer said...

Looks really cute. . . maybe a touch on the yellow side, but that could just be a personal preference thing.

Kristi said...

I need to look into this more..find out how to do it! It looks so cool!!

amazing grace said...

cross processing is fun! i agree it may be a tad too yellow/greenish--but it's kinda a preference thing with cross processing....

:)

Mom2Drew said...

A definite improvement! Good eye to fix the tilt too, think the straight looks better here.

Toni said...

The cross process works really well with this picture. Toni

Sharon said...

Very nice.

Val said...

The cross processing looks great with that brick wall in the BG.

Sara said...

Great edit! Love the finished piece.

Liz said...

Great job on the cross processing, look at that grass! The crop you did really brought the focus in on the kids.

Nicole said...

I do think they look a little yellow, but that's whats cool about PS you need to use what you prefer!

Ginnie said...

I really enjoy the shot. I agree with jordan, they look slightly over processed, but it could just be my screen.

Angela2932 said...

Gives it a very artistic look. Very nice!

Tori said...

what a sweet moment! i agree that it's a bit on the yellow-green side, but it's still pretty cool!

Amy said...

I do like the second one best, the colors are nice and bright.

robin said...

Not familiar with cross processing, but love the colorful results!

Danielle said...

I really really love it. I think it is so much fun on pictures and it looks really good with the brick wall as the background.

Becky said...

Love the crop on this so we can see those beautiful kids better.

Margaret said...

Thanks for all the comments, everyone! Now that I look at it more, I agree it does look a bit on the yellow side. I'm a newbie to this so I looked up a couple of tutorials and found a few other tips on how to do this.

Scrapper88 said...

I like the cross processed photo although I have no clue on how to achieve that look!! Great job!