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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 need details for Carbon print in order to show the 3 D effects so I took the 14x17 out this morning .My favorite image just in case the succulents are out of control.
    What a great 14x17 X-ray negative density perfect for the Carbon transfer. The shot was taken with the 24 in Artar lens



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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Quote Originally Posted by Corran View Post
    I've found the Fuji HR-T film very good with reciprocity, with 30 second exposures giving me no problem whatsoever. Should be good for skylines.
    Thanks Corran, I'll put this down for a starting point. As per Randy, Bracketing will be in order also. Thanks again, Rde...The Seattle guy

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    8x10 Kodak CSG, 300mm Symmar

    Rodinal 1+100, 15:00, rotary


    Scan-130714-0001www by Sergei Rodionov, on Flickr

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Noel View Post
    Trays for 7x17 are far cheaper than are those for 16x20 paper. Buy the green seed starting trays from Park Seed, be sure you get the ones without holes.. Three will cost you around $10-15, if I remember correctly. These are 10x20" trays.
    Jim,
    This is great information. Unfortunately, the online stores that sell these trays do not ship internationally.

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Quote Originally Posted by SergeiR View Post
    8x10 Kodak CSG, 300mm Symmar

    Rodinal 1+100, 15:00, rotary


    Scan-130714-0001www by Sergei Rodionov, on Flickr
    Golly gee, that's nice!

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    So... I'm feeling like giving up on this tray developing thing for my 7x17 negatives...

    Friday: slight agitation for 1 min on each of the 4 corners, then repeat for each min interval 1 negative each in 16x20 flat metal trays
    PMK 1:2:200 - 20 min. -- near success
    PMK 1.5:3:200 - 15 min. -- little bit better
    Dektol 1:10 - 3 min -- very poor (one stand, one agitation)
    Rodinal 1:200 - 12 min -- very poor (one stand, one agitation)

    Monday:
    Rodinal 1:100 - vigorous agitation top to bottom X2, left to right x2 for the first minute then top to bottom x2, left to right x2 for each minute interval after that for 6 min (and second negative for 4 min.) Density is good, but again... uneven development.

    Using trays with ribs (sticking up) except for the developer in a flat 16x20 tray.

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Quote Originally Posted by Tri Tran View Post
    I need details for Carbon print in order to show the 3 D effects so I took the 14x17 out this morning .My favorite image just in case the succulents are out of control.
    What a great 14x17 X-ray negative density perfect for the Carbon transfer. The shot was taken with the 24 in Artar lens



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    Tri, nice job, I have a 24" Artar also, I didn't know it covered 14x17! That'll be a terrific carbon print!

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    This must be the film.

    Have you done control testing with other film?


    Quote Originally Posted by photoevangelist View Post
    So... I'm feeling like giving up on this tray developing thing for my 7x17 negatives...

    Friday: slight agitation for 1 min on each of the 4 corners, then repeat for each min interval 1 negative each in 16x20 flat metal trays
    PMK 1:2:200 - 20 min. -- near success
    PMK 1.5:3:200 - 15 min. -- little bit better
    Dektol 1:10 - 3 min -- very poor (one stand, one agitation)
    Rodinal 1:200 - 12 min -- very poor (one stand, one agitation)

    Monday:
    Rodinal 1:100 - vigorous agitation top to bottom X2, left to right x2 for the first minute then top to bottom x2, left to right x2 for each minute interval after that for 6 min (and second negative for 4 min.) Density is good, but again... uneven development.

    Using trays with ribs (sticking up) except for the developer in a flat 16x20 tray.
    Tin Can

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Quote Originally Posted by Curt View Post
    Is this the packet load you spoke of?
    I hope you show it or add some additional information. The results look great!

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Quote Originally Posted by jb7 View Post
    It's a new design- like a quick load, but for ULF- I posted a pic in the 'show off your camera' thread...

    Rushing out the door now, but will report more tomorrow-
    Developed a few more...
    I just noticed this post, thanks.

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