A&P X-Ray Photographer

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  1. Jenny Jenn

    Jenny Jenn New Member

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    [font=Arial, Arial, Helvetica]Judith K. McMillan. She x-rays flowers. Here's a description from the site:[/font]

    "[font=Arial, Arial, Helvetica]In her current work, McMillan lightly tones the prints she has created from the X-ray negatives. This chemical process produces a mysterious shift between warm and cold tones, creating a wonderful dimensionality in the overlapping layers."

    And the link.

    http://www.judithkmcmillan.com/

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  2. vizual

    vizual → 190½ ЯBI ←

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    looks pretty cool, wish there was more than just flowers she 'photographed' though :sad2:
     
  3. mojito

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    intresting concept.

    I think I like more fine art styles like polaroid or image trasfers and manipulations. Sx-70s can be fun too
     
  4. Jenny Jenn

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    Yeah I know!
     
  5. Malghanim

    Malghanim My wee wee has been Stricken with Rigor Mortis

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    interesting...
     
  6. Damn it Bobby

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    I remember someone took an X-ray of a 767 plane in a hangar and it took like 6 months to complete..anyone got a pic of that?
     

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