Peter Kolonia explains how to get a cool cross-processed film look on a
digital shoot in the studio.
LightingBy Peter KoloniaHow to get a cool cross-processed film look on a digital shoot in the studio.Gone Green
Popular in ads, music videos, and Hollywood, the "cross processed" look is a color palette defined by undersaturated color, slightly higher-than-normal contrast, and a greenish color cast. First done through nonstandard 35mm film processing, the palette migrated to movies as the "Bleach Bypass" look. It's been used in the Matrix trilogy, Letters from Iwo Jima, and other hits.