Don Dudenbostel is a pioneer in transforming radiography into fine art. His X-ray photographs make translucent any surface normally opaque to light. His images have an elegance of form even as they reveal the inner workings of his subjects. To capture the delicacy of flowers, Dudenbostel uses equipment that he builds himself. For hard surfaces he uses medical x-ray equipment. From the resulting negatives, he makes carbon prints, a process that contains no dyes and can produce images of very high quality exceptionally resistant to fading and other deterioration. The photographs are printed on cotton-rag watercolor paper. Read more.