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Just to experiment, I had done a roll of slide film and wish to have it cross-processed in C41. Then printed out normally like from negatives.
I had asked a few photographers which labs in Singapore can do it for me. I got one answer so far:
1) Euro-Asia of Riverwalk Galleria (B1-17, Tel:5326183). They cost $4 for processing and 50c each for 3R printing.
Further, has anyone used cross processing techniques. How did you do it?
Thanks for all replies. Cheers!
-- Loh Koah Fong (email@example.com), March 03, 1999
I know a guy called Tony Lee that C-41 process slides in Ghim Moh, unfortuneately he has just left the lab, he says he will only be back in the processing business at the end of the year.
-- Daniel Lee (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 10, 1999.
I know someone that does cross processing, e-mail me if you need the contact
-- Daniel Lee (email@example.com), April 12, 1999.
Cross processing is not recommended. If a lab does this the quality of the C41 chemicals will be affected and normal negative films will lose it quality. Usually any neighbourhood lab will do this becos the staff are not trained. Just instructed them to process the film. Prints results will vary according to lab.
-- Tay Eng Hock (firstname.lastname@example.org), June 07, 1999.
If I am not mistaken RGB will do it. They are pretty ok - I use them for slide processing - at $4.00 after discount and what amounts to 3 hours service (for 6 frame sleeved) it is one of the best places to go. Add on fact that they do push pretty well too.
-- ellery chua (email@example.com), September 08, 1999.
RGB did all the cross-processing for the wedding shots we had done by Marcus Mok at PictureBox, and they turned out terrificly.
-- Michael Slater (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 20, 2000.
Did cross processing at KJ (one of the kodak Q labs) at Tiong Bahru, Colours turned out to be very saturated and similar to normal print except with a blue tint. Results varies on type of films used. Cost one and a half times as normal; which means $4.50 for developing, $0.60 for 4 R. For more info, please email me...
-- ivan (email@example.com), April 06, 2001.