Early 1900s in the American South

I have done several posts on this particular photo project. I guess you could say it’s the one I just keep coming back to. It’s honestly the project that started this obsession of mine with early photographic processes and the history of photography. A little back story for those of you who are just joining […]

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Becoming A Memory Keeper

So anyone who follows my blog or knows me at all, knows I have a little bit of an obsession with photography, especially old photographs and film. This eccentricity started about 4 years ago when I discovered some old metal Kodak film canisters at an antique store. Inside the canisters were mostly what you would […]

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Working With Wet Plate Collodion

Recently I had the opportunity to observe the wet plate collodion photography process in Dr. Collodion’s (Bill Vaughn) studio at Lowe Mill in Huntsville, Alabama. He is a very talented photographer and I am so glad I had the opportunity to learn more about this process under his mentorship. So to start off, wet plate […]

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Remnants

As you may or may not know from following my blog, I not only love old photography and the history of photography but I am also a photographer. Lately I have been working in the darkroom a lot and using alternative processes in my pieces. I am trying something new to me, which is assemblage […]

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The Case of the Hidden Mother

So if you read my blog at all you probably can guess I’m pretty interested in photography, especially darkroom and alternative techniques. So I’m constantly on the look out for new (old) things that were part of photographic history. I ended up buying what I thought could be a daguerreotype online a few weeks ago. […]

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