Reading back this blog I realised it’s been one and half years ago since last collodion test…time for another one that means… The last post
So.. after the brief Van Dyke tour of course wet plate could not be left behind. Checked the chemistry about a week back and was
I love forests, trees, wood and what-else-is-there-not-to-like-about-these-matters. We had some trees cut up in our garden past year and we kept the lumber, for burning
🙂 So…After the first experiment with polish-machine-style-plate-cleaning there’s always a second, with improvements of course. The first thing I wanted to solve was moving of
I love wet plate. In fact, I love everything about wet plate! Except for…cleaning the plates 🙂 So, it might be a bad habit but
A couple of weeks ago a friend of mine, Jean-Pierre Pijls, asked me if I could photograph his kids, Rafke and Thieu, on wet plate.