Wet collodion photo shooting!
My friend “Nipporini” will start “Wet Collodion Photo Studio” in February at Yanaka, Tokyo.
I wore Kimono for photographic modelling.
That’s very exciting!!
The collodion process is an early photographic process, invented by Frederick Scott Archer. It was introduced in the 1850s.
In Japan, the famous picture of Sakamoto Ryoma was taken by the wet collodion process.
I had to keep stopping for 20 seconds.
The photo looks like taken 100 years ago.
The photograph below in the usual condition.
That’s experience was very funny, so I tried again with my father.
My father loves to take a photo.
He very enjoyed wet collodion photo.
If you come around Yanaka, let’s try it!!
Nipporini URL: http://www.lightandplace.com/pg249.html
Wet collodion photo (Wiki): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Collodion_process