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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

    I am shooting with a C1 also.

    I wasn't gentle. I actually don't care about the scratches. This is 'good enough for government work' as we used to say. I sell nothing, I do this for my own enjoyment. Chasing perfection is not me.

    I will get better.

    I want to try conventional 5x7 film in the Ziploc, 8X10 was a very tight fit. My hands are not very cooperative. I am lucky to load and unload holders. Only recently have I gained enough hand strength to ride that bike, but I can ride a bike with my feet, been at that a long time.

    Real cameras are huge!


    Quote Originally Posted by photoevangelist View Post
    Very cool, Randy. Looks like you're getting some scratches though. Changhwan finally got his Agfa x-ray film and did some ISO tests yesterday in D-76. I had to leave the school early, but hope to see his results on Monday. Everyone was in awe of his camera, saying things like: "Is that a camera?!"
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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Quote Originally Posted by gth View Post
    Great image. Shades of Stieglitz...
    Hey, thank you for the kind words.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew O'Neill View Post
    All films suffer from reciprocity effects, including x-ray. I have my own data that I apply to the green latitude stuff.
    Yes, they all do. However, I've noticed a big difference between x-ray film and films like Tri-X or HP5+. This HR-T does not need as much adjustment in my experience.

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    back to images.

    4x10 , Kodak CSG @ iso100 , Symmar 300mm, 1+100 Rodinal 4:30, Yellow-Green filter.


    Scan-130503-0002-2www by Sergei Rodionov, on Flickr

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    Re: X-ray Film example and comparison.

    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Moe View Post
    The background was mottled on purpose with the LED lights. I could see it with my eye. I see scratches. The neck shadow was hard to predict.

    I am changing backgrounds now.

    Shoot later tonight.



    Hard for me to really see it on a monitor. The Costco print should be interesting.

    Better get there now.
    You forgot to smile.
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    Got 2 CSG drying, not liking what I see. This may be the last Ziploc test for CSG 8x10. I still want to try it with FP4 5X7 in the same size bag.
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    I don't smile much and never for photos.
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    You never even smiled when you took your first successful flash picture with your Graphic?

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    You never even smiled when you took your first successful flash picture with your Graphic?
    Norwegians from Minnasota are not known for happiness. We are a grim lot. We left the frozen motherland for an even worse climate that has no sardines, only the miserable Bull Head fish to eat. Jamestown was better.
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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    One basic question, my closet that is my darkroom has white walls, would that affect the red light?

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