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    Silver & Light - Large Wet Plate Photography with a Truck Camera Obscura/Lab

    I found this around the same time that I started looking into historic photography techniques. The guys have built a large scale camera obscura and mobile development lab in an old truck. They are doing wet plate photography as they drive across America.

    On a basic level, it's very inspiring photography. On a technical level, it's quite an interesting and impressive feat.

    This is the latest in the series:

    Watch the other videos too as they explain the process.

    Edit: Video embedded

    Last edited by Kym; 27-11-2012 at 2:46pm. Reason: Video embedded
    Thanks,
    Nam

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    Thanks Nam, "Inspiring"
    Comments and Criticisms are always appreciated.

    Thank You:

    John



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    thanks Nam .....I enjoyed this. Saw an earlier one and it sure is inspiring.
    Graeme
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