Friday, March 13th, 2020

Virus – an animation made of tintypes



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Ein Thema das uns alle Betrifft – Covid-19 verändert unser Leben.
Paßt auf euch auf!
Ich habe das Coronavirus Thema auf Nassplatte gebracht, weil ich auf das Thema aufmerksam machen wollte und weil der Virus ähnlich viel Aufmerksamkeit benötigt wie die Nassplattenfotografie. Den dort gilt auch: Kein direkter Kontakt und kein Einatmen der Chemikalien.


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A topic that we all have to deal with – Covid-19 is changing our lives.
Be safe everybody and take good care of yourself!
I brought the coronavirus topic onto my WetPlate art because I want to create awareness about this virus and because it has it similarites with the wet collodion process. With this process you want to avoid contact and inhaling of the chemicals.



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Posted by Markus on March 13th, 2020 | Filed in alumitype, collodion, nassplatte, petzval, tintype, wetplate | 1 Comment »


One Response to “Virus – an animation made of tintypes”

  1. March 14th, 2020 at 9:21 pm

    Pinkmyride said:

    Photographer Markus Hofstatter has made a name for himself by pushing wet plate photography to new heights, trying things others have never even thought to do. Today brings yet another example of his creativity, as he sets out to create an animation using, not digital files, but wet plate collodion tintypes.



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