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By Ahem
This image was created at a Wet Plate Collodion (Ambrotype/Tintype) workshop with Tom DeLooza (http://tomdelooza.com) at the Center for Photography at Woodstock, Woodstock, NY USA. We made our own light sensitive emulsion and poured it onto a piece of glass. We exposed the glass plate and then developed the image. It's a really interesting process. Frankly, I'm just glad I got an image or two during the workshop.
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Darlot-Petzval f/4

Tags: Black and white Wet plate collodion

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dudler Plus
18 1.7k 1879 England
20 Jul 2021 11:13AM
Now, that's hard work. I have to say, too demanding for me, I suspect. I'll see if I can master conventional film first...
SlowSong Plus
13 9.9k 30 England
20 Jul 2021 5:36PM
It's got lots of personality. So much work.
20 Jul 2021 7:14PM
I remember the exposure times seemed awfully long. Tom said the ISO was around 2. The exposure also had to be made within 15 minutes of creating the wet plate. If someone ran over that time, the emulsion could dry and it wouldn't work.

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