Fusion imaging,  X-Ray

New X-ray fusion photo compositions

New year, new ideas. A superbe bowl of fruits inspired me to do more X-ray fusion photography today. I got a bundle of bananas, lots of lychees, two pears, figs, an apple and a pomegranate.

I changed my technique a bit. There is no chance to get a transparent banana image using a photo. But mixing the colors of the photo with the X-ray is also a fusion image. To my opinion, the bananas came out lovely, especially the color of the trunk.

Fusion X-ray photo of bananas © Julian Köpke

I like stills. They often come with a fruit bowl. My first attempt was a fruit bowl without lychees. The structure of an orange or a pomegranate is known to me from earlier X-ray studies. And I liked the grain of the wooden bowl.

The following fusion image is resulting:

Fruit bowl X-ray fusion photo © Julian Köpke

This is the first time I tried to x-ray lychees. I piled them up in my wooden bowl. That way it was a bit less complicated to transport them for photography. They shouldn’t move at all between X-ray and photography session. I was lucky.

X-ray fusion photo of lychees in a wooden bowl © Julian Köpke

Combining lychees, bananas, a pear and two figs in a fusion image yields a color explosion in the fusion image.

X-ray fusion photo of lychees and fruit in a wooden bowl © Julian Köpke

Last but not least an X-ray fusion photo of all fruit. Color explosion by means of Lab color. The dark blue at the image edges  is a good counterweight to the intense yellow of the pears and bananas.

Fruit X-ray fusion photo © Julian Köpke

See also my FAQ section to learn more about fusion imaging with X-ray and photography.

I like to make things visible the naked eye isn't able to see. That's part of my profession as a radiologist, too.

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