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

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    8x10 kodak csg, 14 inch heliar


    Scan-130413-0010www by Sergei Rodionov, on Flickr

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Ok.. here is odd duck one.


    Scan-130414-0007www by Sergei Rodionov, on Flickr

    I think i accidentally stumbled on development process step that i have never thought about.

    Its second time i did that mistake and its second time i am getting images with seriously decreased contrast in outdoors shoot - managed to open tank after development stopped, before fixer poured in (i like to flush leftovers of whatever in tank completely and typically do that in darkness, but i once again managed to do development while sleepy).

    Got to try to do it on purpose

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    So a after dev, pre-flash.
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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Moe View Post
    So a after dev, pre-flash.
    aye

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    It's working well, I think I can see through her cloths, x-ray vision every time...

    Nice Image.

    I shot trees all day.;(

    We finally had a real nice day. I shot the same tree with 3 different cameras...


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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Seems very grainy (considering the enlargement factor). It's still neat. I've gotten similar grain from over-exposed shots pulled quite a bit in development.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corran View Post
    Seems very grainy (considering the enlargement factor). It's still neat. I've gotten similar grain from over-exposed shots pulled quite a bit in development.
    yep... as soon as density comes out in csg - grain starts in scan.. I normally hardly even notice it on studio shots when exposure is correct.

    But grain rarely bothers me till it really extreme.. I mean i grew up in days when enlarging 35mm shot from 135 iso soviet produced film to even 4x5 was like hitting yourself with shovel...

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    Made me laugh!

    My Bulgarian friend, filmmaker Ilko Davidov has some stories!

    I used to work with Russian mechanics.


    Quote Originally Posted by SergeiR View Post
    yep... as soon as density comes out in csg - grain starts in scan.. I normally hardly even notice it on studio shots when exposure is correct.

    But grain rarely bothers me till it really extreme.. I mean i grew up in days when enlarging 35mm shot from 135 iso soviet produced film to even 4x5 was like hitting yourself with shovel...
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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Just finished up my first box of 100 sheets of Fuji HR-A and picked up a second one.
    Student portraits are going well. I haven't made any contact prints yet. I'm going to do all the shooting first, then contact print - and schedule any re-do shoots. I've got around 30 portraits finished. It's contract renewal time, so I thought I'd take a picture with x-ray of my ugly mug to put on my updated resume. This isn't a purists self portrait. I had Changhwan, our TA, who is getting ready to take the dive into 8x10 help frame my face with the crude facial outline drawing I have on the back of my ground glass.


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    Fuji HR-A @160 + Yellow Filter, Rodinal 1:50, 4 min (tray developed), Contact printed on Ilford RC Paper with a #2 filter

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    Gad Lee!

    Don't scare us like that. It is always so odd to finally see an image of someone we have only written with. I see Changhwan has the bug.

    I hope, Changhwan, becomes a wonderful photographer!
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