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    Echo, by Kristen Hatgi, Musetouch.

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    darksilenceinsuburbia: Stunning portraits and nude photography made by Kristen Hatgi using the collodion photographic process. The divine surroundings in which Kristen captures her photos combined with her models’ sensual and theatrical poses really breath life back into this century old process of making images.

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    Echo by KristenHatgi, via Flickr

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    Collodion Photography by Kristen Hatgi

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Stunning portraits and nude photography made by  Kristen Hatgi using the collodion photographic process. The divine surroundings in which Kristen captures her photos combined with her models’ sensual and theatrical poses really breath life back into this century old process of making images. Her work reminds me of Francesca Woodman

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