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  1. herbert-4
    herbert-4 ·

    Wonderful album!! What ISO did you shoot with? And where did you get 35mm Xray films?
    Very long ago, when I was in the Navy, one of the Xray techs at Pt. Mugu made a huge pinhole camera with a very large, thick, black plastic tube with screw caps on the ends, loaded it with 14x17 outdated film sheets and would go out and shoot landscape and farm scenes about the Las Posas Valley, and city scenes in Oxnard from a tripod made of 2x4's. He would develope them in the X-omat machine, his wife would Cyanotype contact print them (came out bright blue) on big heavy silk scarves and sell them out of her car at swap meets. Back then, she got US$10 for them, 50 Euros, maybe, now, and was selling a lot of them. Lucrative!

  2. bkspicture
    bkspicture ·

    Its about ISO 50 but I will shoot it at 25 next time.
    A person that I guess works at the hospital got a hole box of expired 300ft of this x-ray film that thay was going to throw away or diden't have any use for.
    So it was donated to the photoclub that im a member of and I got a roll for free to test out.

    I know that you can buy sheet x-ray film on the internet very cheap but I have only seen 8x10" or bigger.
    These are almost as cheap as darkroom paper. @herbert-4

  3. le_ors
    le_ors ·

    this is truly amazing :)

  4. 134340
    134340 ·

    brilliant b/w album as always!

  5. bkspicture
    bkspicture ·

    Equipment used in this picture:

    Kodak Retina IIc
    Rodenstock Retina-Heligon C 50mm f/2.8