These wet plate videos have answered a few questions

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    quinn posted quite a bit here on apug in the past. I think he moved to Germany, or something. i haven't seen him on apug in a long time. last i knew he was doing workshops and working on a DVD. i don't know where the DVD sits now. maybe others have more info for yah.
     
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    Quinn has been rather busy lately, but he's still active on his own site - www.collodion.com - and forum. His forum is by application only, since he was too busy to deal with spammers full-time. :wink:
     
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    I spent a few days with John Coffer a couple of months ago doing wet plate. He is a very gracious host and a great wet plate artist.
     
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    Apologies in advance, but every time I see this topic pop up, my warped mind thinks "Wow -- must have to use a real-l-l-ly slow frame rate to do video with wet plates."

    I'll go away now ...

    DaveT