Here is a roll of Ektachrome I cross-processed, meaning slide film (which makes a color positive instead of a negative) that I had processed like color negative film, in order to get a richer color. I think it worked pretty well.
Now if I could just figure out the stupid focus on my Leica AF-C1 35mm point-and-shoot. I have never had such a hard time focusing a camera! It's supposed to be a point-and-shoot! It has two focal lengths, 1:2.8/40 and 1:5.6/80. I am beginning to think that the apertures are just fixed. So I'm shooting in bright daylight with a 40mm 2.8 on a point-and-shoot -- not ideal!