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    Re: Large Format Shells

    Something I did on a recent rainy day. It was lit using a fiber-optic illuminator about a foot away, which acted like a point source. This was my favorite of several "poses".

    150mm Docter Germinar-W (basically a multicoated G-Claron), FP4+ in Pyrocat-HDC 1+1+100. Digital photograph of finished print on Ilford MGWT, slight selenium toning.
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    Adox CHS100 9x12

    First attempt at an iconic subject

    Obviously not the work of a Master.....

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    Re: Large Format Shells

    8x10" contact print on gold-toned printing-out-paper (POP)Click image for larger version. 

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    Re: Large Format Shells

    beautiful thanks

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    We always think about photographs made with visible light but what about images made with the invisible. I have been using x-rays to produce art for 55 years. Here are 3 examples of shells captured on Polaroid 55PN.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails 2 shells 1 PN 8x10.jpg   Fig shell PN 8x10.jpg   Melo Melo PN 8x10.jpg  

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    Another shell, one collodion and the other an x-ray on PN55.
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    Re: Large Format Shells

    Great job Don ! X'ray is very interesting idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Dudenbostel View Post
    We always think about photographs made with visible light but what about images made with the invisible. I have been using x-rays to produce art for 55 years. Here are 3 examples of shells captured on Polaroid 55PN.
    I must say, I wouldn't of thought of using x-rays, for artistic purposes, but I love the results!

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