Flower X-Rays

Check out these beautiful photos of floral radiography by Tasker. And you thought X-Rays were boring! The artist uses unscreened fine-grain industrial x-ray film covered by thin light-protective plastic. He then exposes the film at low kilovoltage for multiple seconds with the floral material laying on the light-protected film in specimen radiographic equipment. The film is then hand developed and can be used like any photographic negative!







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2 Responses to Flower X-Rays

  1. Great idea and beautiful pics


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