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Wet plate photography

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Wet-plate using recycled Polaroid camera and film pack.

Have an old Polaroid camera lying around collecting dust? Did you know that you can use it for wet plate collodion photography? AlternativePhotography

Amazing Wet Plate Photography By Mark Sink

Today I was introduced to the photographic works of Mark Sink. Mark utilizes wet plates for a lot of his work. Wet plate photography involves shooting onto a large plate of metal or glass and then immediately developing it after shooting it. I won't get into too technical of details about it, because to be 100% honest with you, I have never done it. With that being said, I love the way that wet plate photos often turn out. Invented over 150 years ago, it looks like wet plate beat Instagram…

depth of reality - Mark Sink & Kristen Hatgi. Collodian wet plates

Mark Sink и Kristen Hatgi пользуются техникой коллодиевых мокрых пластин середины XIX века, проявляя фото на стекле и алюминие. Они также пользуются фотокамерой, подобной тем, которыми пользовались в 1960 году. Стилизованные китчевые композиции приобретают иное звучание из-за…

Photography, Large format in People, Miscellaneous, Female, fkd+tessar 360, wet-plate - Image #517670

Dorota is a creation by the artist Paweł Śmiałek. Category People, Female, Photography, Large-format film. fkd+tessar 360. wet-plate. 7 distinctions, 7K views, 101 appreciations, 9 comments, 21 favourites, 3 group projects.

I'm a sucker for wet plate #photography. This portrait from Mark Sink is absolutely stunning.

Today I was introduced to the photographic works of Mark Sink. Mark utilizes wet plates for a lot of his work. Wet plate photography involves shooting onto a large plate of metal or glass and then immediately developing it after shooting it. I won't get into too technical of details about it, because to be 100% honest with you, I have never done it. With that being said, I love the way that wet plate photos often turn out. Invented over 150 years ago, it looks like wet plate beat Instagram…

Wet Plate Collodion process | TIMBERWOLF 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. CLICK HERE. WHAT IT IS: "Collodion process" is usually taken to be synonymous with the "collodion wet plate process", a very inconvenient form which required the photographic material to be coated, sensitized, exposed and developed within the span of about fifteen minutes, necessitating a portable darkroom for use in the field. The Wiki link. CLICK HERE. WHO & WHEN…

This circa 1856 photo provided by courtesy of Matt Alberts shows Lowell Gilmore at age 25 with his wife, Mary Eliza Gilmore, age 19, at a sottomg om Albany, N. Y.  During the past year Denver photographer Alberts learned the wet plate collodion process-the same process practiced by his ancestor, Lowell Gilmore, nearly 150 years ago.

Frustrated by the ease at which digital photos can be taken and doctored, some artists are kicking it old school: They've revived wet plate collodion...