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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 SMBooth View Post
    Great tone from your film, are these direct scans or somewhat enhanced with contrast and levels controls in PS?
    I had to use levels and contrast changes to bring out the best detail. I also used a B&W layer to remove the blue cast of the x-ray film.

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

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    Jon, I always love the color of the vegetation in your shots. Almost looks like IR!
    Thanks! I think it is the Spanish Moss that covers everything.....

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Hi, all. I just purchased a box of film. Just have a quick question about loading - are there notches? If not, is there any particular way I should be orienting the film in the loader, or does any which way work? Thanks.

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    No notches on the double-sided Fuji (actually it has rounded corners). If it's the double-sided stuff, any manufacturer, it doesn't matter whatsoever which way you load it.
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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Quote Originally Posted by Mattis View Post
    Hi, all. I just purchased a box of film. Just have a quick question about loading - are there notches? If not, is there any particular way I should be orienting the film in the loader, or does any which way work? Thanks.
    There are no notches that I have seen. You can load it in any direction. I cut a bit off of one corner, and treat it like the notched corner of a regular sheet of film. This helps me later when I set up the scanner.

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    Thanks for your quick responses. Hopefully I'll be able to get in some shots before this supposedly epic snowstorm starts!

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    Re: X-ray Film example and comparison.

    Hi, all. Does anyone have any recommendations for a small red LED device that i can plug directly into a wall? Don't want to have to deal with hooking things up to power supplies.

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    Re: X-ray Film example and comparison.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mattis View Post
    Hi, all. Does anyone have any recommendations for a small red LED device that i can plug directly into a wall? Don't want to have to deal with hooking things up to power supplies.
    For about $9, I ordered an LED "bulb" from Amazon: Color Changing Light Bulb With Remote, B003MB6UEO

    It's a little bright so you want to keep its distance from the film. But that wasn't much of an issue for me because it came with a remote control.

    You can find other LED light bulb solutions on Amazon and around the web. Just make sure you do a little testing with a piece of film before you open the whole package under the light.

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