The dutch writer Frank Bokern has written a fantastic book about the Stokstraatkwartier, a small neighborhood in the center of Maastricht and, without a doubt,
Tag: Wet Plate Collodion
Memento Mori – the permanent funeral
This unvarnished 5×7″ glass plate has been left outside for months to ripen. Half a year to be precise. A bit sheltered on the windowsill,
A vanishing wet plate collodion image as a metaphor. Even the fastened memories fade over time. The captured memory of me, it’s not merely an
the wet plate process in steps
I’ve long wanted to make a compact slideshow of the steps in the wet plate collodion process. A recent advertisment made me finally do it.
I’m about to break some ****ing off!
Korn meant something different I guess when singing these lines; here’s a post about breaking glass, and not just any glass, mind you, wet plate
First time at sea
Well, wet plate wise then 🙂 We visited Normandy last year and decided to go back another time. Enjoyed the scenery and little gite we