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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

    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew O'Neill View Post
    Lets see... it's 11:20pm here in Vancouver... aren't you in the am there? Are you a night owl, Stone?
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    Stone stays up later than I do and he's an hour later, EDT vs CDT.

    30 years of night shift, is a hard habit to break, for me.
    Yea I'm definitely a night person...

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    well made. Contact print certainly looking better that scan on my poor monitor, but i like it.


    Quote Originally Posted by photoevangelist View Post

    Stephen by Lee Smathers, on Flickr

    8x10 Korona, 12" Dagor, Fuji HR-A in Rodinal 1:100 (tanks and hangars) for 4 min.
    8x10 Contact Print on Ilford MGFB Warmtone in Moersch ECO 4812 and MT1 Selenium Toner 1:10 for 5 min.

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Yesterday I've made 1 liter of D-23 developer. Caffenol is nice, but it's hard to see how developing is going and it takes 15 min to develop.
    D-23 is transparent and it took only about 5-6min to develop.
    Negative looks really nice, with dense highlights and almost completely clear shadows.
    Should be nice for kallitype.


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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film



    Out shooting some X-ray in the full sun! Seems to work pretty well. Very much so liking the Fuji Lens!

    1897 Ak-sar-ben Camera - Fujinar 250mm - f/45 - Kodak B/RA X-Ray - Dektol 1+10 - Unaltered Negative Scan

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Quote Originally Posted by ostrygad View Post
    well made. Contact print certainly looking better that scan on my poor monitor, but i like it.
    Thanks, I'm trying to stay away from scanning my black and white negatives this year. I'm forcing myself to do more wet prints.

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Quote Originally Posted by grzybu View Post
    Yesterday I've made 1 liter of D-23 developer. Caffenol is nice, but it's hard to see how developing is going and it takes 15 min to develop.
    D-23 is transparent and it took only about 5-6min to develop.
    Negative looks really nice, with dense highlights and almost completely clear shadows.
    Should be nice for kallitype.

    I think this experiment was a great success! Where I grew up, (Hollywood) cameramen told me that any developer that brought out the subtle beauty of Greta Garbo is great stuff and it's called D-23!

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Thanks
    Yesterday I've tried another one with D-23 and I think I really like this developer. So easy to develop by inspection and it's quite fast, but not too fast so it's easy to see when to stop developing.


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    Re: X-ray Film example and comparison.

    Scan of Ektascan developed in very dilute pyrocat-hd. South Lawn Bld, at the recently closed down Riverview Hospital grounds.
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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    While getting an X-Ray this weekend, I talked to the digital X-Ray tech and she told X-Ray analog film is becoming hard to get and thus all USA users are switching to digital asap. She had never heard of taking pictures with it.

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Quote Originally Posted by ScottPhotoCo View Post
    Finally had a chance to continue my testing. Here are my four latest shots with details. All were processed in a Jobo tank with continuous agitation for 7m using Adinol (25mL:1L) at 68 degrees. No presoak.


    XRay_Test_Jobo_ScottPhotoCo_0214-4_WM by ScottPhoto.co, on Flickr
    Camera: Deardorff v8
    Lens: 16.5" Goerz Artar
    Film: Kodak Ektascan B/RA (metered at 80iso)
    Exposure: 1s at f16


    XRay_Test_Jobo_ScottPhotoCo_0214-2_WM by ScottPhoto.co, on Flickr
    Camera: Deardorff v8
    Lens: 16.5" Goerz Artar
    Film: Kodak Ektascan B/RA (metered at 80iso)
    Exposure: 1s at f22


    XRay_Test_Jobo_ScottPhotoCo_0214-3_WM by ScottPhoto.co, on Flickr
    Camera: Deardorff v8
    Lens: 15x12 Ross
    Film: Kodak Ektascan B/RA (metered at 80iso)
    Exposure: 1/20s at f8


    XRay_Test_Jobo_ScottPhotoCo_0214-1_WM by ScottPhoto.co, on Flickr
    Camera: Deardorff v8
    Lens: 15x12 Ross
    Film: Kodak Ektascan B/RA (metered at 80iso)
    Exposure: 1.2s at f8

    These were only shot for testing and not for content.
    Thanks for sharing your developer time / temp. What do you use for stop / clearing? Thanks Angus

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