lunes, 10 de diciembre de 2018
How was it made? Wet Collodion. Victoria and Albert
Victoria and Albert Museum
Publicado el 7 dic. 2018
The wet collodion process was developed by English sculptor Frederick Scott Archer around 1852. Archer realised that combining the best qualities of the earlier daguerreotype and calotype processes he could create a technique that made sharp yet reproducible images from glass negatives.