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Ian Ruhter fashions these antiquated-style portraits using a wet plate process. You can watch more of the fascinating process here! Archaic Wet Plate Photography by Ian Ruhter

Photographer Takes Arresting Tintype Portraits of Random Visitors - My Modern Metropolis

Photographer Takes Arresting Tintype Portraits of Random Visitors

Ian Ruhter/ Wet Plate Collodion 27”x36”/Melting Sky/ Los Angeles CA 6.3.2012

Ian Ruhter/ Wet Plate Collodion 27”x36”/Melting Sky/ Los Angeles CA 6.3.2012

Beautiful Photo Narratives Produced with the Wet Collodion Process - My Modern Met

Beautiful Photo Narratives Produced with the Wet Collodion Process

Beautiful Photo Narratives Produced with the Wet Collodion Process - photographer Alex Timmermans

21 Stunning 1860s-Style Portraits of the Stars at Sundance By Josh Wool and Victoria Will

31 Stunning 1860s-Style Portraits of the Stars at Sundance

Sundance 2014 Old-Fashioned Portraits - Sundance 2014 Victoria Will Tintypes -Astrid Berges Frisbey

Joseph Koudelka returned from a project shooting gypsies in Romania just two days before the Soviet invasion, in August 1968. He witnessed and recorded the military forces of the Warsaw Pact as they invaded Prague and crushed the Czech reforms. Koudelka's negatives were smuggled out of Prague into the hands of the Magnum agency, and published anonymously in The Sunday Times Magazine under the initials P. P. (Prague Photographer) for fear of reprisal to him and his family.

Josef Koudelka was born in 1938 in Boskovice, Moravia, town of about inhabitants.

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