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Well, you certainly got great tonality out of that film. :) I would have liked seeing the whole building - it looks like it has a lot of character!
 

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That's X-ray film???? Wow! Good job.

X-ray film is actually quite similar to regular film. A lot of large format photographers are using it as it is supper cheep compared to regular photographic film.
 

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I've heard of people using Xray film (see Film Photography Project); I like the perspective in this, interesting building for a school.
 
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Well, you certainly got great tonality out of that film. :) I would have liked seeing the whole building - it looks like it has a lot of character!


Many thanks!
I have a older image of this building where you see more of it.

 
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That's X-ray film???? Wow! Good job.

That's X-ray film???? Wow! Good job.

X-ray film is actually quite similar to regular film. A lot of large format photographers are using it as it is supper cheep compared to regular photographic film.

I was lucky and got quite a lot of this film for free to test out.
Its expired some years ago but starting to like this film.
Downside is that it have very low light sensetivity and are picky to get the right exposure.
I have read that its a ISO 25 but I have got better resoults at ISO 12 and not that long developing time.
But great sharpness and low grain.

Many thanks for all nice comment!
 

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