Collodion Project - Limited Edition 1 of 50


Size: 30 H x 24 W x 0.2 in

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Art Description

Photography: Black & White, Paper and Photogram on Paper.

The photographic technique of wet collodion appeared in the month of March 1851, discovered by Frederick Scoot Archer. He quickly moved the previous procedures and was almost the only one for thirty years, at the end of which he gave way to other more comfortable and competitive procedures at the commercial level.
Thanks to this technique, photography spread and spread very quickly, popularizing both professionals and amateurs.

For 7 years I have been researching this technique, obtaining surprising results, I have made compositions with different objects and shapes, controlling the lighting and the chemical process that is really complicated.

I present this photographic series in the option of Prints, in order to make possible the enjoyment of this wonderful technique.

Keywords: B&w Photo, Photography, Pasqualecaprile, Pasquale Caprile, Photo B&w, Art Photography, Collodion, Art Photo, Photography Art, Steel Life

Subjects: Still Life

Styles: Documentary, Fine Art, Minimalism, Photorealism

Mediums: Black & White, Paper, Photogram

Materials: Paper

Prints: Still Life Art Prints, Documentary Art Prints, Fine Art Art Prints, Minimalism Art Prints, Photorealism Art Prints, Black & White Art Prints, Paper Art Prints, Photogram Art Prints, Paper Art Prints

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