Kodak Ektachrome EPJ320T is a Tungsten-balanced film. The idea of this type of film is to make subjects under yellow lighting look natural. It achieves this by shifting colours towards the blue. I hoped that cross-processing the film would make the colours crazy, and it did.

I couldn't shoot the film at the rated ISO320. My Lomo LC-A only has ISO200 and ISO400 settings - so I shot randomly, flicking between the two. In all instances, the photos had a strange blue tone to them. Underexposing at ISO400 gave some really deep blue skies. Not many other colours made it through. Overexposing at ISO200 let more colours through, reds and yellows in particular.