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Flo Wallace commented on Flo Wallace's blog post Tracking down a Wet Plate Camera for a University Filmmaking Project
"First off I'm completely humbled by the support and community that you guys have here. I really appreciate everyone's replies, you've all contributed greatly to my project. Thank you all. Hi Tony,   I would love to do a course on…"
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Brittonie commented on Flo Wallace's blog post Tracking down a Wet Plate Camera for a University Filmmaking Project
"HI flo email me Brittonie.fletcher@rca.ac.uk we'll sort you out. "
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Tom Evans commented on Flo Wallace's blog post Tracking down a Wet Plate Camera for a University Filmmaking Project
"Hi Flo I own (and shoot with) an 1888 15x12" camera made by Chapman, with its original Dallmeyer lens and dark slides. You can see the camera and the first pictures made with it at evans-hulf.pixelrights.com. We are planning more portraits…"
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RJA commented on Flo Wallace's blog post Tracking down a Wet Plate Camera for a University Filmmaking Project
"Hi Flo, As Tony Richards says you could use any plate camera (bigger the better) to make the images as wet plate is a process not a camera - you could even make your own camera (in the 19thC they were very basic) as you are not, from your…"
Monday
dunk sargent kirkwood commented on Flo Wallace's blog post Tracking down a Wet Plate Camera for a University Filmmaking Project
"HI Flo, If you contact me d4dunk@mac.com I can put you in touch with a wet plate imaging specialist in Peterborough who has offered to show you / provide a demo of a wet plate camera(s) ... he has several. Regards Duncan Kirkwood   "
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Tony Richards commented on Flo Wallace's blog post Tracking down a Wet Plate Camera for a University Filmmaking Project
"Hi Flo, There are several providers of workshops/tutorials in the UK, myself included.Yes you can use almost any camera you can get the plate into the back of to make wet plate images. And there is the rub, most UK wet platers use Dry plate cameras…"
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Tracking down a Wet Plate Camera for a University Filmmaking Project

Hello everyone, I am a Kingston University filmmaking student in my third year and I am trying to track down a wet plate camera for my final project. We are making a film inspired by these portraits of hidden mothers. (linked below)The film is about these beguiling sittings. We plan to shoot through the…See More
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Tracking down a Wet Plate Camera for a University Filmmaking Project

Hello everyone, I am a Kingston University filmmaking student in my third year and I am trying to track down a wet plate camera for my final project. We are making a film inspired by these portraits of hidden mothers. (linked below)

The film is about these beguiling sittings. We plan to…

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