Most people have a compartment in their fridge that is used for storing furry tomatoes, limp spring onions and half emptied bags of lettuce leaves that end up resembling some kind of alien green mush. In our house this compartment is put to better use storing my film stash.
The last couple of months I have been plundering my stash of slide film. However due to not having any slide processing chemicals I decided to process the films in colour negative chemicals instead. This is known as cross processing.
Cross processing can yield very unpredictable results, but these rolls were just day to day shots while I was out and about so I was prepared to take the risk. The main characteristic of cross processed film is it tends to have unnatural colours and high contrast which you can see from this shot of the negatives that were produced.
Below are a few of the images that I think worked well.