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Fantastic! interesting variety of images, all excellent. Inspirational work!!
I’m very fascinated with this technique you are using. The photographs are already stunning, but the wet plate exposures are far and beyond. Great work!
Reblogged this on Mr Jack Lowe and commented:
My friend Julian Calverley pointed my in the direction of Mark Tucker’s blog at the back end of last year.
If you love the roots of photographic and analogue processes, such as these beautiful Wet Plates, then it’s certainly worth following Mark’s blog…
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