Rhonda, Jack and Ashley in my Portland tintype studio.
Who else wants some tintype love?
Ms. Mack, Portland Style.
Today we’d like to send a little help towards Portland Oregon.
“I use a camera built in 1905 and a lens created in 1849 to craft one-of-a-kind, magical images of silver and light.”
Chances are you have already seen some of his other work, as he is the author of a well know series of photographs portraying ladies and their bikes. Yes, you may even have spotted Alicia aka the Motolady.
Giles loves his craft and would very much like to keep his studio rolling, here is how you can help:
- pay a visit to Giles’ studio or have him come to you
- shout out to your crew and organise a massive bike and riders portrait session, we’d love to see the results
- buy prints from his online store at : http://www.etsy.com/shop/gilesclement
Giles’ website and facebook pages:
Thanks for sharing this, SUPPORT YOUR INDEPENDENT PHOTOGRAPHER ! Stay True.
Other moto photographers might want to check out this page… They were using 6 of my images with zero credit, zero links and zero permission.
Mr Sparkles and Wei…
I don’t even want to know…
I finally had a missed connection written about me!!! Dreams really do come true!
Morgan on 4x5 clear glass, I’ll use this negative in the darkroom to make a 16x20 silver enlargement.
Shot with a 1849 CC Harrison Portrait Lens
jes on Flickr by Ben Rains.
Love this guys work
Moving from the digital world of photography to creating images through the seemingly ancient wet plate collodion process isn’t … Giles Clement
Stoked to get this article in Resource Mag…
I photographed ashley on a clear glass wetplate, then used that as a negative, took it into the darkroom and enlarged it onto 16x20 paper. The photos don’t do it justice. I’m still working on pricing and process but this will be something I’m offering as a service soon.