The folks at my dentist’s office were kind enough to let me spend a few free moments snapping photos of their cool old X-Ray machine and such. Big thanks to Dr. Berman and his entire crew.
I’m experimenting with the Mama Shanz cross-process actions in Photoshop. Cross-processing refers to the development of some type of film using chemicals intended for a different type of film. Typically, slide film is developed in chemicals intended for 35mm film, which produces exaggerated contrasts and funky colors. The cross-processing effect was pretty big for a while in the ’70s, as I understand it, but with the advent of Photoshop it becomes easier to experiment with similar effects without incurring the costs of chemicals and screw-ups. Here are a couple of ideas.