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X-Ray Leaves

X-Ray Leaves. (Fuji Superia Reala 100 — Negative Scanned as Positive — Converted to Black and White. Olympus OM-1. Epson V500.)

X-Ray Leaves. (Fuji Superia Reala 100 — Negative Scanned as Positive — Converted to Black and White. Olympus OM-1. Epson V500.)

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10 responses

  1. That is so gorgeous! It sparks the imagination!

    March 10, 2009 at 12:57 AM

  2. marksheely

    Awwww man….this is awesome.

    March 10, 2009 at 1:21 AM

  3. I am starting to see a pattern here. I am really getting into your X-ray images. There is some ethereal to them. And this one even has a bit of an abstract quality to it. Very nice.

    March 10, 2009 at 2:02 AM

  4. Wow! What a striking image! Very nice indeed…

    Thanks for sharing it!

    Lynne

    March 10, 2009 at 3:18 AM

  5. theindecisivemoment

    I am not sure what you use to shoot but if you shoot traditional film and have access to a dark room you seem like you would enjoy doing solarized prints its a real cool dark room tech to play around with and the photo shop filter doesn’t do it justice

    March 10, 2009 at 5:44 AM

  6. beautiful tones!

    March 11, 2009 at 12:12 AM

  7. I so enjoy the way you present these X-Ray, as you call them, artistic expressions…. They capture my imagination…!!!

    Thank you for sharing…. tiandra

    March 11, 2009 at 9:56 PM

  8. klopotowski

    A great image this is.

    March 11, 2009 at 10:57 PM

  9. These ‘x-ray’ images are so very wonderful!

    March 12, 2009 at 1:39 AM

  10. iheartfilm

    Montucky – That’s all I can hope for. Thanks.

    Mark – Glad you think so. Thank you.

    Ed – “Ethereal.” That’s what I was hoping to hear. Thanks.

    Lynne – Thanks.

    Moment – This is a color negative scanned as a positive, then converted to black and white – absolutely no Photoshop filters used. Solarization is very different. It’s a positive with the look of a negative – caused by exposing the film to light during development. I agree, it’s a very cool technique.

    Ankush – Thanks. 🙂

    Tiandra – I’m glad you like them. Thanks. 🙂

    Klopotowski – Such kind words. Thank you.

    Ellen – Yeah, they are pretty cool. Thank you.

    March 12, 2009 at 2:37 AM

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