an attempt at wet-plate collodion process digitally
of course, it’s not the real deal, but how is a girl suppose to get her fix(er). LOL
yep…., in my old age, i hope to shoot film exclusively.
aglaia b, child, hair, pink camellia flower, portrait, queen, violet, wet plate collodion
looking pretty good, love that curl!….I’m a bit afraid of nasty chemical photography….fabulous as it is….I must get back into the darkroom though, I have lots of stuff to develop!
well that’s true, i guess nasty chemicals and old age don’t really go together hey. LOL (find a good lab. perhaps)thanks soxy;-) xox
– aglaia b
Hopefully aglaia, we’ll be in the same nursing home and maybe, we can share a darkroom…I’ll be shooting film until they stop making it. Interesting shot. I think it is one I will have to revisit a few times but that’s often a good thing.CheersBrett
hahaha, funny stuff. thanks brett;-) xox
wow!!!!!! truly fabulous! I know nothing about wet-plate collodion processing… but inspired and off to have a look ( :
yep, i’ve known about it for years, except never have had the opportunity to wet-plate hands on. ;-(thanks very much micklyn. ;-) xox
Very beautiful work, Ag – love all that gorgeous detail :))
thanks sweetie. ;-) xoxremember our homepage fun times? LOL ;-) xox
Gorgeous work. =)
thank you carmenfuchs;-) xox
Saw this in the image feed.wow.
Love the tiny glints of light in her eyes and the snap of highlights in her hair.
lovely comment, thank you cynthia. ;-) xox
You, Miss A, just rock my world ;)
sheeeshy!i love you too. hehe ;-) xox
Ag, you know this is incredibly beautiful… love the look on her face.. such strength in her eyes! the hair wrapping around brings it all together.. great job on the processing.
such a lovely heart felt comment, for that i thank you shadowdancer.;-) xox
this is great…
thank you kostis. ;-) xox
great result – makes you look deep, deep inside the image… so well achieved!
hi paul, thank you. ;-) xox