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    Re: Use of X-ray film: technical discussion with example images

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    Quote Originally Posted by senderoaburrido View Post
    wear mask or NOT

    is ???

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    Here's some more work. This is all Fujifilm x-ray, 7 1/2 minutes in Rodinal with constant agitation.

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    Here's some more work. This is all Fujifilm x-ray, 7 1/2 minutes in Rodinal with constant agitation.
    Very nice. What do you think makes the skin take this almost metallic look?

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    very nice. What do you think makes the skin take this almost metallic look?
    uv.
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    You mean you use UV lighting for the subjects?

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    Re: Use of X-ray film: technical discussion with example images

    HRU Filter test 1 YG 103mm Norma by Nokton48, on Flickr

    Procession of Clouds Filter Test #1

    Sinar Norma Handy tripod mounted, 65mm F8 Super Angulon with Schneider 65mm F8 Center Filter. Fuji HRU XRay film 8x10 cut down to 4x5 in Graphmatic back. EV 8 2/3 ZIII Sinar Norma 103mm Yellow Green Glass Disc. F22 2/3 at 1 second EI 50. Tray developed by inspection under red safelight straight Microdol-X 12 minutes at 68F

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    HRU Filter test 2 Yellow Dark 103mm Norma by Nokton48, on Flickr




    Procession of Clouds Filter Test #2

    Sinar Norma Handy tripod mounted, 65mm F8 Super Angulon with Schneider 65mm F8 Center Filter. Fuji HRU XRay film 8x10 cut down to 4x5 in Graphmatic back. EV 8 1/3 ZIII Sinar Norma 103mm Yellow Green Glass Disc. F22 1/3 at 1 second EI 50. Tray developed by inspection under red safelight straight Microdol-X 12 minutes at 68F

    Arista 8x10 RC print Omega DII Omegalite Diffusion Head Multigrade developer

    HRU Filter test 3 Yellow Dark 103mm Norma by Nokton48, on Flickr

    Procession of Clouds Filter Test #3

    Sinar Norma Handy tripod mounted, 65mm F8 Super Angulon with Schneider 65mm F8 Center Filter. Fuji HRU XRay film 8x10 cut down to 4x5 in Graphmatic back. EV 8 1/3 ZIII Sinar Norma 103mm Yellow Green Glass Disc. F22 1/3 at 1 second EI 50. Tray developed by inspection under red safelight straight Microdol-X 12 minutes at 68F

    Arista 8x10 RC print Omega DII Omegalite Diffusion Head Multigrade developer

    HRU Filter test 4 Yellow Dark 103mm Norma by Nokton48, on Flickr

    Procession of Clouds Filter Test #4

    Sinar Norma Handy tripod mounted, 65mm F8 Super Angulon with Schneider 65mm F8 Center Filter. Fuji HRU XRay film 8x10 cut down to 4x5 in Graphmatic back. EV 8 1/3 ZIII Sinar Norma 103mm Yellow Green Glass Disc. F22 1/3 at 1 second EI 50. Tray developed by inspection under red safelight straight Microdol-X 12 minutes at 68F

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    Re: Use of X-ray film: technical discussion with example images

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    Here's some more work. This is all Fujifilm x-ray, 7 1/2 minutes in Rodinal with constant agitation.
    Love these. Funny was researching xray film again today.
    Did you do the tray processing? I can't seem to find flat bottom trays unless maybe I get some bain maries from the kitchen store. My PT/PD kit coming in today.
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    Love these. Funny was researching xray film again today.
    Did you do the tray processing? I can't seem to find flat bottom trays unless maybe I get some bain maries from the kitchen store. My PT/PD kit coming in today.
    I use the SP445. The marks it leaves at the edges of my negatives are terrible. Tray dev would always leave scratches everywhere. I'd prefer to use something like the Jobo 3010. Currently I don't have the money for it. Would like to try selling some pictures, unsure if anybody'd buy this stuff in prints.

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    Re: Use of X-ray film: technical discussion with example images

    I have had very good success with a piece of plexiglass cut to fit the bottom of my trays. I labeled them with a sharpie so that they get used in the same chemical every time, and with the same side up. I wash them after each use and squeegee them off so they don't get water spots, although that probably wouldn't matter. I have found that too large a tray is not a good idea. YMMV

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    HRU Fixing Step Dental Clips 1 by Nokton48, on Flickr

    HRU Wash Step Dental Clips 2 by Nokton48, on Flickr

    The white smooth Cesco trays are available in all sizes I easily bought mine from B&H. These are 8x10 and I also bought 5x7s.

    https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produ...ping_Tray.html

    In the four posted directly above by me ^^^ absolutely no scratches anywhere, I use the dental clips I got on Ebay. It keeps the 4x5 sheets (I do two at a time) from sliding around in the tray, and keeps the sheets off the bottom of the tray. I use Paterson print forceps to carefully move the sheets between trays. If I am not diligent there will be scratches! I have found that ANY contact with ANYTHING will cause a scratch. The emulsion is super thin and comes off if there is ANY contact. I can scrape it off with my fingernail.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/12-DENTAL-X...53.m2749.l2649

    HRU Dry Step Dental Clips 3 by Nokton48, on Flickr

    After the photoflo, I CAREFULLY move the dental clips to the corners of the sheets, so that the water drains off as it should.

    This method works and I have ZERO scratched film if I am super careful. The key is not to touch it at all while it is wet.

    HRU Makiflex Std Mic-X 240 f4.5 Tele-Arton by Nokton48, on Flickr

    Plaubel Makiflex Standard camera 240mm F5.5 chrome barrel mount Schneider Tele-Arton at F22. One pop of Broncolor Pulso C171 monolight strobe with Broncolor Pulso Beauty Dish. No fill. 8x10 Fuji HR-U XRay film cut into 4x5s straight Microdol-X replenished in a tray development by inspection under custom red light. 4x5 Lisco Regal holder. 8x10 RC Aristo #2 Multigrade dev Omega DII with diffusion Omegalite head.
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