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Here are some prints on Hahnemühle PhotoRag 308g, if you want to purchase one, please send me short message with your location.
I am honored that a double paged article was published in RAZ Magazin, a Berlin local magazine for the northern part of Berlin.
Rüdiger Schestag, photographer, teacher and founder of XLAB Akademie asked me some weeks ago, if he could join me on a day when I go out to pour some plates and make some landscape work. I am honored to be featured in his Youtube Channel in a long video (over 30mins, so take some time)
Last week I packed my mobile equipment and poured some 4×5″ tintypes in Berlin. It is very easy to come around with public transportation.
From time to time, I am teaching the process of Wetplate Collodion in my studio in Berlin. In June, three participants learned how to handle wetplates, mix the photographic solutions and poured, developed and varnished plates on their own during a Wetplate Collodion Workshop for beginners. If you are interested in learning this process in
The 7th of May is the World Wetplate Day, so I am going to hold a Tintype Portrait Session! You will have the opportunity to get a unique 4×5″ tintype with a process invented in the 1850ies. When: Saturday, May 7 from 12-18h.Where: in Berlin, outside in a Park or in my new studio if the weather
Good news: I will be holding a talk about wetplates at Grassi Museum in Leipzig on April 2 as a part of the analogNOW! weekend. During that weekend, many interesting talks and workshops are being held, more info can be found here. My talk is starting at 1 until 2pm and afterwards, you can get
Good news: I am going to open a studio in Berlin so I can offer Tintype Portraits! For the opening, you can order a Tintype Portrait Voucher for Tintype Portraits in the plate sizes 4×5″, 5×7″, 18x24cm and 11×14″ for a special price. Book a shooting here! What is a tintype? A unique photograph made
Some weeks ago, I was asked to give an interview for an online magazine called Fotomaniker, here you can read full interview.