Monday, February 13, 2012
Frustrated with the 5x7 camera, but school starts this week so I can not work on collodion until this weekend. Here is one image from Saturday. Cleaning the clear glass is a pain especially with the wind from Saturday; also the film holder is fogging the plates now.
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Jessee St. John is a practioner of the wet plate collodion process. Discovered in the 1850s collodion photographer is an intense photographic process used to originally photograph the Civil War. Using period correct equipment and formulas Jessee St. John creates tintypes and ambrotypes.