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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



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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Quote Originally Posted by Bazz8 View Post
    Scan of contact print
    Kodak 2D 8x10
    270mm G-Claron
    exposure 1.5sec@ f45
    Dev Rodinal 1+100 9min 51sec
    tray developed constant 15 sec rock tray every 30 sec
    Foma paper print gloss 8x10Attachment 104313
    Good to see you are back in the darkroom Bazz. Was that from the SE trip?

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    yes Steve the surviving neg from my inadvertent dilution of the chemicals
    1:1000 was a little underdeveloped
    Highlight detail is good using no filter will try a yellow-green next exposure
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    Re: X-ray Film example and comparison.

    This little gem is walking distance from my house, just across the tracks. I was talking to the owner this morning. He has been there for 0ver 40 years. Recently he has been pressured by the city to close down. He is the only auto wrecker left in Port Coquitlam.
    I used Kodak X-ray, single-sided 8x10, developed in Obsidian Aqua. It developed beautifully, with very sharp edges. Slightly cropped. I intend to print it in carbon.
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    Re: X-ray Film example and comparison.

    Looking at the image I posted late night, it's not as sharp as the scan... Anybody good at scanning? I have a 750V and wet mount scanned it... Saved it as a jpeg, roughly 8x10in, 72dpi.

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Hello,

    8 sheets shot, developed and printed -

    first results now, with green Fuji HRE 13x18 cm, tested at Iso 50 and Iso 100, developed in Xtol (rotation).
    It may work, but i have to continue and to proove.

    Using two red Osram Deko LED -spots in my darkroom is too much, i gave one sheet some minutes of this light and it shows reaction.
    Next time i try only one spot.

    I m sure, that your inspiration here gives me a nice film for my 24x30 cm Reisekamera, which i want to tune up at 30x40cm :-)

    having fun with my new toys,
    Ritchie

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Try and get hols of a Wratten No.2 filter(Orthographic) This is what I use and
    keeping 1mtr away from the film produces no fogging.
    Tray Dev is simple glass in bottom of tray 1 sheet at a time
    1:100 Rodinal produces good results,gently rocking the tray every 15 sec
    No scratches this way so far
    Bazz8

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    I really like this image, being out of focus makes it very eerie, really cool. Did you find this in Old Town? I didn't go this year.

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    It's been awhile since I contributed here. My new Wista 8x10 sadly had a knob go missing so I haven't been using it. Still trying to get a replacement part from Nippon.

    Anyway, I've been using Acufine a lot lately, as it seems to give me beautiful tonality and a speed increase, compared to Rodinal. So today I shot some 8x10 portraits in a controlled environment to do a test.

    This is Fuji HR-T, rated at about 80 or 100 ASA, shot with a 300mm f/5.6 Symmar-S. Developed in straight Acufine in a tray for 2 minutes. Not stripped:

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