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Tintype Celebrity Portraits at the Sundance Film Festival - Photography tutorial
Before digital there was film and before film there was the wet plate collodion process—a truly elaborate and complicated process. There is still a rare group of people who use this method. Celebrity photographer Victoria Will is one of those rare wet plate photographers.
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The Changing Perception of "Snapshot" Photography
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