Bianca. April 2011
Black Glass Ambrotype
Wet Plate Collodion is the photographic process of pouring Collodion onto a plate of thin iron or glass, then exposing and developing that plate while it’s still wet. This process was the primary photographic method from the early 1850s until the late 1880s. It was introduced in 1851 by Frederick Scott Archer.
Collodion's unique aesthetic produces timeless and ethereal images ...