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    The Wet Collodion Process - video

    Did a quick search and couldn't find this on apug. Hope it's useful to someone!
    A video from Getty on artbabble on the Wet Collodion process.


    " Invented in 1851, the wet collodion photographic process produced a glass negative and a beautifully detailed print. Preferred for the quality of the prints and the ease with which they could be reproduced, the new method thrived from the 1850s until about 1880."

    http://www.artbabble.org/video/photo...lodion-process


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    Thanks That was informative.
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    Haven't watched your link yet, but there is since several months actually a whole new Video section on APUG itself:

    http://www.apug.org/forums/video.php

    including a number of videos about wet plate collodion...

    If you find interesting links, post them on APUGs video section

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    "Analog is chemistry + physics, digital is physics + math, which ones did you like most?"



 

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