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Photography: Black & White, Pinhole, Silverpoint, Photo, Oil on Canvas, Aluminium, Steel, Glass, Iron.
Ambrotype on the clear glass. 8/10 inch. and a thickness of 0.08 inches. The shooting was done on a large format camera. The lighting consisted of a constant light of two sources of 2 kilowatts each. The lens was released in London in 1870, and the model was photographed, for 7 seconds sat motionless for the exposure to be successful. The glass plate is first covered with a solution of wet collodion, then immersed for 5 minutes in a solution of silver nitrate.after which the glass becomes light-sensitive and can be photographed on it. The glass plate is removed from the container with liquid silver only with red light. inserted into the cassette and then into the camera. Exposure is made by removing the lid from the lens. After this, the plate is developed by the developer based on iron sulfate. under red light and fixed in a solution of salts.