Miscellaneous processes

Shooting With X-Rays

An X-ray is like a picture, except the fact that it uses the infamous x-rays instead of visible light. Another difference is that in photography we usually capture the light that is reflected by objects, while in x-ray capture the rays pass through the objects, more precisely our body. But if it were an analogue camera?

20th century techniques

‘Forgotten’ processes

These are some of the ‘forgotten’ processes. By that we mean that no one is working and producing new images in this process – at least we haven’t found anyone. But we would be very happy to be proven wrong!