Shayne House

Changing Seasons

35mm Kodak Ektachrome E100 transparency film, cross processed.

Cross processing is the procedure of deliberately processing photographic film in a chemical solution intended for a different type of film, in this case, colour slide film developed as if it were a colour negative film.

The results are unpredictable, but often produce vibrant colours.

The multiple exposures are shot entirely in-camera, photographed in that liminal space between seasons.

A Blessing

A Green Valley

Late In The Evening

Stand At The Window

The Desert Sighs

The Glacier Knocks

The Lovers They Were Gone

The Threaded Dances 

Time Breaks

Time Will Have His Fancy

Tomorrow or Today

Flower Of The Ages