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.
Since I started practising the wet plate collodion process, it was my dream to create big plates – ultra large format ambrotypes.
Oh the weather forecast was so bad, but in the end, we had one day full of sunshine. The second day, I moved my little studio inside and could continue.
I am happy to announce that I am going to have a Tintype Portrait Session at the PhotoWeekend 2021 in Berlin. Get your unique Tintype Portrait done like 170 years ago. Interested? Here are some details for the Tintype Portrait Session…