An, investigation of improving the quality of light formed images uniformly fogged by X-rays was done using Kodak Super-XX film. A viscous developer containing glycerine as a thickening agent was used as the means of obtaining recovery. The results indicate no evidence of image improvement in terms of overall contrast; however, small area contrast was extended to more density levels using the image recovery technique.
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Photography--Developing and developers; Images, Photographic
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School of Photographic Arts and Sciences (CIAS)
Schumann, G. W.
Jameson, William, "The Recovery of Images from X-Ray Fogged Film Using Controlled Diffusion Development" (1974). Thesis. Rochester Institute of Technology. Accessed from
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