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?

Lomography on surface

Mulberry paper and lomographs

Helen Stead shows us a genius – and surprisingly simple – way to make your Lomographic prints even more beautiful!