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  • Into Wet Collodion Territory with Alex Timmermans

    Into Wet Collodion Territory with Alex Timmermans
    Photography has progressed into a myriad of processes and genres but there are still some people who passionately create imagery using the traditional tools that started it all. Photographer Alex Timmermans is one of those them. See his wet collodion photographs after the jump.
  • Eric Omori and His Weekend Warriors

    Eric Omori and His Weekend Warriors
    Very recently, we gave you a brief overview of Eric Omori's fascinating photography project and a peek at some of his out-of-the-ordinary analogue masterpieces. In this article, you'll learn more about the California-based photographer's inspirations, creative processes, and more, so go ahead and read on!
  • Paintball Battlegrounds Given a Vintage Look by Civil War Era Photographic Techniques

    Paintball Battlegrounds Given a Vintage Look by Civil War Era Photographic Techniques
    With retro-looking photos being all the rage these recent years (oh, the irony, I know), it's not surprising how many photographers have picked up a film camera or two to make their vintage-y snaps as authentic as they can get. The modern-day paintball battleground photos you are about to see after the jump is one such example--taken using a camera and photographic techniques from the Civil War Era!
  • Luo Dan: Simple Song and Wet Plate Collodion

    Luo Dan: Simple Song and Wet Plate Collodion
    Luo Dan, worked as a photojournalist for several years before he became disillusioned with modern media. He ditched his digital camera and took to the road trying to capture the people and practices of modern China, his latest journey took him to a remote mountainous village where he used a photographic process over a hundred years old.
  • Joni Sternbach: SurfLand

    Joni Sternbach: SurfLand
    Brooklyn-based photographer Joni Sternbach has captured the culture in different surf spots across the United States. She does this with the use of a large format camera and the collodion process. Learn more about her project after the jump.