Collodion Portraiture in Maine
Posted by: buckp74 ()
Date: September 21, 2012 10:10AM

"In an homage to portraiture from the 19th Century, David Puntel, of the Central Valley Project, will be making historic wet-plate collodion photographs at this year's Fryeburg Fair (Fryeburg, Maine, September 30 - October 7, 2012). With the support of grants from the Fryeburg Academy and the Fryeburg Fair, he will be shooting portraits of both Fair participants and visitors."

To everyone in the New England area - stop by if you get a chance.

Dave Buck

Re: Collodion Portraiture in Maine
Posted by: Ty G ()
Date: September 21, 2012 01:39PM

Isn't this a bit redundant?

www.guillorycameras.com

Re: Collodion Portraiture in Maine
Posted by: buckp74 ()
Date: September 24, 2012 06:09AM

Hi Ty - I wanted to post this post first (just informing anyone in the New England area that I'd be up there) - the first post (regarding excess chemistry), which actually should have been the second, (is this getting confusing) or incorporated into this one, was to see if anyone could use the chemistry I would have left, and that I can't bring home with me. It'd be a waste to just dispose of it all (especially the collodion, salted collodion, and ether). I can incorporate the 2 posts together if that would be better.

Most importantly, if anyone can use some chemistry let me know.

Thanks,
Dave

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