Image: (C) Michael Schaaf
From Michael's Website:
The Wetplate Collodion Process was one of the first photographic techniques (Frederick Scott Archer, 1851) and became the most important one of the 19th century.
This Sunday I have arranged for German photographic artist Michael Schaaf to come to TAP to demonstrate his working processes via a hands-on Wet Plate Collodion workshop at the gallery. I am looking forward to producing my first ever Ambrotypes and hoping for nice bright weather for long exposures outdoors... lots of light needed...