Sunday, July 02, 2017

Kansas City Photog Preserves Images For Future Generations With Civil War Tech



An interesting look at archival pix that have remained a long, lost art . . .

"Commercial photographer Jeff Schotland uses a technique developed in 1851 called wet plate collodion to create images that will last generations. Schotland describes the process as he shoots portraits from his North Kansas City studio."

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3 Comments:

Anonymous said...

This young feller better get his butt in line with the KC new tech smart city initiative or Sly won't give him a golden gorilla award.

Anonymous said...

Jeff Schotland is a very talented photographer. He is an artist at wet plate, and commercial photography. He has won prizes with his work.

Anonymous said...

Great change of pace. Awesome!