Wetplate Collodion Photography was invented in 1851, one the the first photographic processes. Large wooden bellowed cameras were used to make photographs onto plates of glass using wet chemistry. Exposure times typically vary from one second to several minutes. Once the plates have been wash and dried a traditional sandarac varnish is applied, protecting the plate from the elements and damage.

I am available for commissions, demonstrations, workshops and interested in collaborations with other artists.

Email - Raffphotography@gmail.com

Call - 44 7488 234034

 
 
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