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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

    Andrew,

    Thanks for providing the brand names "Pictorico" and "Silkjet" that I could not remember!

    Keith

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Hey, Andrew, thanks for showing us the results of your test.
    You are very welcome, premortho. Pretty impressive that you have been using ortho films for that long!

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Shot some X-Ray pinhole at an APUG meetup in CT finally met some of the guys in real life which was cool.

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    Will scan it tomorrow, looks like my pinhole has some light leak (or the holder does) but the person I got the 11x14 holder from said it was their best holder and it's in excellent shape so I can't believe it would be the holder. Hey at least there is an image... Lol

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Fleming View Post
    George,

    Your image of Buttermilk Falls is a good one, and it deserves a chance to be printed. As an experiment, you might take the positive image you made in PS, invert it into a negative, print that on your ink jet printer as a color negative (which would use translucent inks) onto clear overhead projector material, and then make a contact print.

    However, I am having a senior moment and cannot remember the name of the brand of overhead projector material that would work for this method.

    Keith
    Yes. Pictorico. I've tried this before, and it does work. However, my 2200 gave up the ghost a while back and I havn't replaced it yet.
    Saving up the pennies for a 3880 (which will allow me to print out color photos).

    George

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    Quote Originally Posted by gbogatko View Post
    If I knew how to do that, I'd try.
    But seriously, the density is just off the map. I took a LOT of jiggering to get the water to look half-way decent.
    Jim has some excellent vids on youtube about the process, check them out.
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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Thanks very much to everyone who contributed to this thread. I spent about a week reading both threads start to finish. Great work and lots of great images. While I was reading I dusted off my Deardorff, ordered some Ektascan B/RA, and took my first x-ray shot. I'm trying to post it here for you to see, but I'm not sure if I know how to link it in.

    I rated my Ektascan at 100, and developed in a Beseler drum on a motor base. Rodinal 1:50, 9 minutes. This neg is fairly dense, and might be nice for Cyanotype which is my usual printing method for 8x10.

    Nope. I can't link in a photo from my flickr. I'll attach the little one below. (And go back and read the thread again because I know there were some flickr instructions in this very thread.)

    skull by jimmy.patrick, on Flickr
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    Hi Stone,

    That was fast work. Very nice meeting you as well.

    Carl


    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    Shot some X-Ray pinhole at an APUG meetup in CT finally met some of the guys in real life which was cool.

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    Will scan it tomorrow, looks like my pinhole has some light leak (or the holder does) but the person I got the 11x14 holder from said it was their best holder and it's in excellent shape so I can't believe it would be the holder. Hey at least there is an image... Lol

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

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    Testing another workflow from my scanner.. I'm amazed with this picture. Only curves and brightness contrast here. No HDR software whatsoever!

    I'm loving this film!



    Kodak Master View 8x10 + Fuji Fujinon 250mm 6.7 + Fuji HRT X-Ray Film + Yellow Filter
    DANG !! Now THAT's! what I'm talking about - very, very nice man. Don't change a thing with whatever your process is - you cracked the code.
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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Quote Originally Posted by tenderobject View Post
    Testing another workflow from my scanner.. I'm amazed with this picture. Only curves and brightness contrast here. No HDR software whatsoever!

    I'm loving this film!

    Kodak Master View 8x10 + Fuji Fujinon 250mm 6.7 + Fuji HRT X-Ray Film + Yellow Filter
    Good job! What developer/dilution/time did you use, and ASA?
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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Posted over t'portraits, too. 8x10 Ektascan BR/A in Adanol 1:150 (7:20 at 20C).

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