chest x-ray

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This is my chest x-ray that I had done in Townsville, NQ, Australia back in March, for pretty much no reason. As I'm sure you can see, I do not have Tuberculosis thank you very much immigrations.

I took the photo by making my computer 15 inch screen white, placing the top half of the x-ray on the screen (securing it with blue tack), snapping the photo, then doing the same with the bottom half of the x-ray. Then I stitched both photos together with canon photostitch software. Then I think I cranked up the exposure and colour saturation settings.

wishfulthinkinguk, marc_taro, and 19 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. sebbs' 80 months ago | reply

    nice chest man! miss it... just a bit!

  2. Aidan Jones 80 months ago | reply

    thanks dude. i miss your facial hair.

  3. aj arpin. 63 months ago | reply

    i downloaded it for a project i'm doing in a photography class, do you mind?
    it will not be submitted, and it will not be re-used anywhere else. it will be edited and your picture will be the background for other things [it's a montage], but i just wanted to ask your permission before i just straight took your picture, you know?

  4. Aidan Jones 63 months ago | reply

    no worries. do what you want with it, mate! I'm not too fussy about copyright stuff. Hope your project goes well!

  5. aj arpin. 62 months ago | reply

    thanks. [: i ended up having to choose a different one anyways... my teacher wanted more backbone, less ribs... haha. oh well. thanks a ton. <3

  6. Neil Ennis 48 months ago | reply

    Aidan - thanks for licensing this pic with Creative Commons. I just wanted to let you know I used it in a recent blog post about health:

  7. littletallspaz 46 months ago | reply

    I have also borrowed this chest xray for a school project. Thanks Aidan.

  8. jorgeavilam 45 months ago | reply

    Hi, I have also borrowed your photo :)... Here is the post in case you want to visit it (is in spanish):

  9. Mancunion.Science&Research 43 months ago | reply

    We have also "borrowed" your photo to accompany a story on TB, featured in the science pages of the Mancunian, Manchester Univeristy's student newspaper. If you would like a copy then get in touch. Thanks.

  10. PictoGraham 39 months ago | reply

    Thanks for posting this. I am borrowing the image for use in a video for a health blog.

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