The Madonna #7--Wet Plate Collodion Tintype

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  1. Joe Kayne

    Joe Kayne Well-Known Member

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    Wet Plate Collodion Process from the 1850's.... 8x10 inch tintype 20018177 ccc 08 web 1200.jpg
     
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    These just keep getting better Joe.
     
  3. JimFox

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    Yep, I agree with Alan, these just keep getting better. I sure like your series.

    Do you have a behind the scenes shot of your darkroom?
     
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    It's great to see another in this very enjoyable series.
     
  5. Joe Kayne

    Joe Kayne Well-Known Member

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    Thanks all
     
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    Very impressive.
     

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