Borut Peterlin is a fine art photograper, specialized in wet plate collodion process and other 19th Century alternative photography techniques, like salt printing, carbon printing process, cyanotype, oil print, gum print and others.
Jody Ake creates portraits, nudes, still lifes and landscape images using the wet collodion process, an historic photographic technique which involves using a large format camera, glass plates, and hand-mixing all of the necessary chemicals for each and every exposure
Well-known wet plate artist Ian Ruhter has just released the fourth installment in his ‘Silver and Light‘ series, which chronicles his trip to Seattle to meet with Chase Jarvis, his journey to becoming an artist, Chase Jarvis’ very frank thoughts on what being an artist today...
Dear readers, I've started a new project. I'm foremost documentary photography and ever since I got myself devoted to wet plate collodion process, I regretted the fact that I've parted with the spontaneity and playfulness of 35 mm photography. I desperately wanted to smooth my workflow, so the complexity of wet plate collodion process will…
Los Angeles photographer Jamie Johnson will open her first solo exhibition, I Will Not..., at the Cooper Design Building in Los Angeles on March 13 ,2014, with an opening reception from 4-7pm. A long time friend, Jamie is the hardest working photographer I know--running a family portrait business that has her shooting more than a thousand families…
There is no other way to put this, I am truly in love with this process. We've all seen these images, we (well, most of us) just don't know what to call them. Finally, a couple of months ago I stumbled upon the arcane name: Wet Plate Collodion. As soon as I had a name, I was able to dig into it and, the more I learned about it, the more I was drawn to it. Coming predominantly from a digital background in photography, this process is literally the fundamental opposite (and to be honest, a welcome change of pace): slow, cumbersome, utterly unpredictable and hopelessly romantic. While anxiously attempting to figure out where to start, I came across a studio in Victoria (LÚZ Studios), that offers tintype portraits to not only photographers but, the general public! Needless to say, my stokOmeter went off the chart, and I went down to meet them immediately. Quinton and Diana are two of the raddest people, and immensely knowledgable photographers that I've ever met. Truthfully, it is quite rare for me to connect so directly with other photographers, and I am beyond excited to say that we'll be working together a lot more in the future. I highly, highly recommend that you pay them a visit the next time you're thinking about a portrait, or photography...or art in general! The tintypes below are more or less test plates, taken with guidance from Quinton, using my (new?) antique 5x7 viewfinder camera. This is my first venture into this magical, esoteric form of analog photography - so, as Iggy Pop and the Stooges were to punk rock, think of these plates as the beginning, the tremors of what could be.
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