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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



    Kodak Master View 8x10 + Fuji HRT Green X-ray Film + Yellow filter + Ilford ID-11

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    Kodak Master View 8x10 + Fuji HRT Green X-ray Film + Ilford ID-11

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew O'Neill View Post
    I no longer recommend stripping double-sided xray film. After testing and more testing, the tones look weak and image appears to be grainier. To the eye, the unstripped film image looks just fine.
    Same here, I just develop it more carefully to avoid marks.
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    Tenderobject,

    Excellent landscapes. You make good use of the terrain and trees to serve as leading lines that takes the viewer's gaze into the distance. You also have a beautiful area in which to photograph.

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    Very nice, tenderobject. Did you shoot with a filter? Your images look like they were shot on conventional film. Good job!

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    Thank you very much Keith. I think i'm liking the 8x10 format and this film. Still trying to learn how to shoot 8x10 and process the film. It's quite fun!



    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Fleming View Post
    Tenderobject,

    Excellent landscapes. You make good use of the terrain and trees to serve as leading lines that takes the viewer's gaze into the distance. You also have a beautiful area in which to photograph.

    Keith

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    Hi Andrew, I did in the second to the last picture i posted. I think putting a yellow filter works and it tame the contrast and would benefit my shots because of the scenery. I will research and try other filters. I have Red, Orange and CPL here which i'm clueless if it would work with the X-ray film.

    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew O'Neill View Post
    Very nice, tenderobject. Did you shoot with a filter? Your images look like they were shot on conventional film. Good job!

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    I wouldn't expect to much when using a red or orange filter as X-ray film is not sensitive to red light.
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    How about Green or Cpl? Thanks SMBooth

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    I wouldn't expect to much when using a red or orange filter as X-ray film is not sensitive to red light.

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    I've only tested up to Kodak Wratten #11 (green). Stronger greens will most likely work. I would also stay away from red. I got blank sheets. Light orange may work, but I've never tried it.

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