Auguste Rodin lived from 12 November 1840 untill 17 November 1917 was a famous French sculptor. Rodin as a sculptor also made use of photographs of his models. In his days surely he must have seen (and perhaps even used) wetplate collodion photographs.
Inspired by many of his works I have managed to produce this series with (mostly) professional models. In my studio Together we have explored the boundaries of the art of motionless posing ranging from five to ten seconds.
This has been for all of us a hard working but great fun and very learning experience,
resulting in my very first wetplate collodion series in the Summer and Fall of 2011