Cross-processing: a simple but effective way to get this classic effect in Photoshop

Cross-processing: a simple but effective way to get this classic effect in Photoshop

Cross-processing (or ‘Xpro’) is an effect often used in fashion photography to give the kind of stylised look you can see here. Our simple, but effective, Photoshop tutorial shows you how to achieve the classic cross-processed effect in no time at all.

Mimic the bleach bypass effect in Photoshop Elements

Recreate the traditional film effect for a cool effect in the digital darkroom Digital Camera’s 10-part series ‘Teach Yourself Photoshop’ builds into a complete video reference library. These easy-to-follow video guides will take you on a start-to-finish journey through perfecting your photos in the digital darkroom. In this video you’ll discover how to mimic a… Continue reading

Photoshop video: Cross process effect in Adobe Camera Raw

How to mimic the cross processed look in CS5’s ACR interface to recreate a cool filmic effect In this cross process Photoshop tutorial video, you’ll find out how to recreate the classic film look in your digital photographs just using CS5’s Adobe Camera RAW interface. Discover how to adjust tones, exposure and more for the… Continue reading

How to add traditional film effects in Photoshop Part 2 of 2

Edit your digital photographs to replicate a film effect look and give your landscapes an unusual twist. Once you’ve learned how to shoot and edit photographs, why not try experimenting with different creative techniques in Photoshop. In this tutorial we’ll show you how to add a cross-processed look which will help give your landscape shots… Continue reading

How to add traditional film effects in Photoshop Part 1 of 2

Replicate traditional film effects with your digital photographs to give your landscapes an unusual twist Once you’ve learned how to shoot and edit a traditional landscape shot, why not try something a little more creative? In this tutorial we’ll show you to replicate the look of traditional film, adding a cross-processed look to give your… Continue reading