Wet Plate Collodion

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Photography done utilizing the "wet plate collodion" process. For personal reference, not my images.

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South East England-based photography student Mark Hilton came up with an ambitious New Year's resolution this year: he's in the process of building his Photography Gear, Photography Classes, Box Camera, Camera Lens, Curiosity Box, Wet Plate Collodion, Alternative Photography, Camera Obscura, Movie Camera

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Emil Schildt: "Back to Bromoil. Liquid emulsion applied - then developed - remelted using a brush and sponge - re dried and then into Bromoil Print. This is Laura. Photography Degree, Experimental Photography, Portrait Photography, Trap Art, Wet Plate Collodion, Alternative Photography, Mixed Media Photography, Photo Transfer, Photo Work

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bromoil print, made using liquid emulsion as matrix.´Emulsion was melted and manipulated after the first step (darkroom) - then dried and turned into bromoil

Ambrotype Collodion Wet Plate Photography by Daniel Samanns - Berlin Germany Classic Portraits, Male Portraits, Wet Plate Collodion, Alternative Photography, Photo Texture, Strange Photos, Daguerreotype, Black And White Portraits, Instagram Models

Ambrotype Collodion Wet Plate Photography by Daniel Samanns - Berlin Germany

Ambrotype Collodion Wet Plate Photography by Daniel Samanns - Berlin Germany www.samanns.com

Alex Timmermans Collodion Ambrotype wet plate Photography: Wetplate gallery portraits plate designs plate sets plate plate presentation dinner plate plate on wall photography World Photography, Vintage Photography, Digital Photography, Portrait Photography, Wet Plate Collodion, Tintype Photos, Best Portraits, Classic Portraits, Daguerreotype

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27x27cm Clear glass ambrotype Hermagis 450mm 4.5 petzval wide open Exposuretime 6 secs. KCN Fixer

The American West Portraits - Studio Q - Quinn Jacobson Photography - Wet plate . White Photography, Portrait Photography, Inspiring Photography, Conceptual Photography, Wet Plate Collodion, Timberwolf, Portrait Studio, Tintype Photos, Alternative Photography

LOOK: Ian Ruhter. Wet Plate Collodion

SILVER & LIGHT from Ian Ruhter : Alchemist on Vimeo . American Dream from Ian Ruhter : Alchemist on Vimeo . Ian Ruhter's site. CL...

Levi Brown LA California ~ First ever skateboarding wet plate collodion ~ by Ian Ruhter Cool Pictures, Beautiful Pictures, Wet Plate Collodion, Alternative Photography, Foto Art, Famous Photographers, Documentary Photography, Longboarding, Art Plastique

Wet Plate Collodion Ewarad Muybridge / Making History

Over the last six months of shooting, testing, and experimenting with wet plate collodion I didn’t realize that it had been leading up to t...

Wet Plate Collodion was a photo developing process from the early century. Joe Burhosky is one of the few who still practice it today. Wet Plate Collodion, Camera Obscura, Light Photography, My Images, Inventions, 19th Century, Joseph, Im Not Perfect, Photographers

Joseph Burhosky 3: In the early 19th century, a process of developing photos know as Wet Plate Collodion was invented. Today, it’s not practiced all that much: most photographers choose to hone in on the art of photographic perfection, rather than imperfection. Wet Plate is more about letting nature take its course, with each image taking one hour to complete. No point and shoot here, folks. Joe Burhosky is one of the only photographers to continue the 19th century art.

john doe by DanielGrzeszkiewicz on DeviantArt People Photography, Light Photography, Wet Plate Collodion, Alternative Photography, John Doe, My Images, Joseph, Im Not Perfect, Deviantart

Joseph Burhosky 2: In the early 19th century, a process of developing photos know as Wet Plate Collodion was invented. Today, it’s not practiced all that much: most photographers choose to hone in on the art of photographic perfection, rather than imperfection. Wet Plate is more about letting nature take its course, with each image taking one hour to complete. No point and shoot here, folks. Joe Burhosky is one of the only photographers to continue the 19th century art.

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