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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

    Nice portrait! How is your KMV with 360mm lens? I haven't put a long lens on my KMV but i'm planning to get a meniscus lens for portraits. Not sure if 335mm or 500mm would be good especially with the bellows draw..

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    Made yesterday - my Son's best friend Eric. KMV, 360mm Graphic Kowa, Agfa green at 400, HC110 dil b, nitrogen burst on hangers. Copy-stand shot with Nikon D2x and 35mm lens. PS3 burning and dodging.


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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Quote Originally Posted by tenderobject View Post
    Nice portrait! How is your KMV with 360mm lens? I haven't put a long lens on my KMV but i'm planning to get a meniscus lens for portraits. Not sure if 335mm or 500mm would be good especially with the bellows draw..
    Hi there, with the 360 mounted and my subject at about 8 to 10 feet away the bellows weren't completely stretched out. I did shoot a few images closer and still gad enough bellows. I was able to get to within 5 to 6 feet.

    Hope this helps your decision. I think you and I got out KMV's around the same time. Take care, Jeromie
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    360mm Graphic Kowa f/9

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film




    Scan of Contact print
    Kodak 2D 270 mm GClaron Yellow Filter used
    Foma Varient Paper used
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    View of Lyndock Hill Restaurant Barossa Valley Sth. Australia
    Kodak 2D 8x10
    Fuji HRT Green
    Lens 270 G-Claron f11 exposure 8 min 14 sec
    Scan of Contact print
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    First portrait shots on the 2D
    used a yellow filter all gd2 prints

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

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    same details as last post

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Bazz, what causes the center burning effect?

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Agh. this has been a pain and I finally pinned down the cause,I am using a Durst D659 as a light source for the contact printing frame,
    I found the centre of the lit area recieves .1or 2 EV more light than the outside perimater.
    So I changed carriers to the 6x9 size and kept useing the 35mm side of the enlarger the difference now is minute from centre to edge.
    I was seeing the bush behind the sitters and felt that it was more pronounced a exposure than what it is, so my poor positioning of the
    subjects is a factor as well, i have 3 more to do tomorrow and I will assess them to see If i have it licked

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    I've seen contrast filters do the same effect when not positioned properly under the enlarger...are you using any contrast filters with the images above Bazz8?

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Nice images, Bazz. Out of interest, where do you get xray film in Oz? I've previously tried and found that Oz suppliers will only sell to 'trade', and internet sources will not ship to Aust. for some reason. Very frustrating sourcing stuff for photography in this country. Thanks,

    Barry

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