Agfa is always a name that crops up when people are asking about cross-processing. Their Precisa CT100 film has achieved a legendary status because of the results it gives. Agfa stopped producing film in 2005/2006, but another company continues to produce Precisa under the AgfaPhoto name. Some argue that the “new” version of the film is totally different to the original; but I haven’t noticed this.
As you can see from the gallery, the photos are very contrasty and saturated. This characteristic is what makes it so popular!
Here are some photos that I have taken with this film.
These photos were scanned in labs using a Fuji SP3000 scanner. Results may vary depending on how you or your lab scans your negatives.