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COLLODION WET PLATE PROCESS
Photography as in the 1800

In October the photography students tried wet plate processing, while the Danish photographer Emil Ryge visited Krabbesholm. Wet Plate better known as collodion processing, is one of the earliest forms of photography. It was introduced in the 1850ies and replaced the popular daguerreotype. Here are some photos from Emils visit.