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DLI cross processing 4b

I’ve just had a set of 120 film photo prints  back from AG Photo Lab this morning which I had cross processed. (Cross processing a film means that you take one type of film e.g.: 120 colour film and process it in the developing chemicals for slide films or vice versa.) Processing a film in this way gives some really intense and unexpected colour results.

The photos were taken with the Halina A1 camera I mentioned on this blog a couple of weeks back using a 120 colour Fuji slide film.

Belmont cross processing

I have just brought a medium format TLR camera: Haking’s Halina A1 Camera from EBay.

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There wasn’t too much information on the net I could find about this camera but there is a really informative video walk through of how to use the Halina A1 camera by Rob Nunn on YouTube click here to view it.

And another review here by laineyrocks also on YouTube.

I really enjoy Rob’s informative videos there are many more available on his website:

This particular camera came with a film adaptor which converts the 120 film; so instead of taking the usual 12 pictures 36 can be taken with the camera instead.

I’m just running a couple of films through and will post more about the results in a week or so.