The process of producing these radiographs is challenging. The equipment used for floral images is very different from traditional medical x-ray equipment in that it is comprised of various components obtained from discarded equipment, whereas traditional medical equipment is used for the shells and tin toys. The films are both high speed photographic films and medical mammography film.
These radiographic negatives are developed in the traditional photographic method using a higher contrast developer. The images produced are 100% carbon pigment based printed on the highest quality acid- free rag watercolor paper. The pigments contain no dyes, which results in a truly archival print with exquisite tonality and color. These prints have been referred to as a modern-day gravure process. They have a greater longevity than traditional silver gelatin prints. Tests have indicated a life span of greater than 100 years.
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