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Wet Plate Collodion Photography IN COLOUR!

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This vlog is a second part of the project I’ve done for a costume designer Alan Hranitelj and in this vlog I’m sharing few tips on how to face challenges in this situation. I hope it will be useful for you colleagues.

Here is the link to the Unmesh Dinda from PixImperfect
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k5Y8YcKnRm0&t=

Osterman’s collodion manual is available on the link:
http://collodion.org/pubs.html

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Hand coloured wet plate collodion images

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In this vlog I’m showing my ambrotypes commissioned by Alan Hranitelj, an amazing costume designer. The scans of ambrotypes I’ve digitally hand coloured. I hope you like the show.

Camera Mik Kovačič and Anže Grabeljšek.
Editing by Anže Grabeljšek.

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Announcement, workshops, guillotine shutter, give away gift and the vlog #62

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My next photo project will be about the zeitgeist, the nature and a man. I will talk / show more about it in my next vlog. For now, I wanted to share some technical solutions I’ve made and show thanks to my followers and especuially my patreons. On this link you can see new workshop dates: http://www.topshitphotography.com/ On this link you can buy my book A Father’s Tale: https://www.borutpeterlin.com/shop/we… If you would want to buy me a cup of tea or even pizza every month, you can become my patreon at https://www.patreon.com/borutpeterlin One time donation is possible through https://www.paypal.me/borutpeterlin Thank you for your attention!

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29 April, 2019 at 08:21

Bushcraft Photography / Vlog #60

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In this part of Topshit Photography Vlog, I went to the woodland of Kočevski rog for two days and I did some collodion glass negatives and albumen prints. My main goal was to explore the possibility of staying away from the civilisation and still do my job as a professional photographer. In July 17th – 21st, 2019, I will organise an expedition with rafts down the river Krka and then in the woodland of Kočevski rog. The idea is that we make photography as we go. We don’t need a darkroom to make prints, we can do them in a tent in the middle of nowhere.

Anyway this experience was wonderful and in the future I will do that more often for longer periods of time.

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Film developers Kodak D-76 vs. Rodinal vs. FX-1 vs.Pyrocat HD

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After the Lord of the Rings film trilogy, after the Matrix film triology, we finally have the triology on film developers! This vlog features two old developers, Rodinal and Kodak D-76 side by side with a new guns FX-1 and Pyrocat!

Oh, what a fortune that is! Enjoy the vlog and share your opinion on the topic, so others (me included) can learn from it. This research took way too much time and I do not know why I am always surprised on the amount of work that takes to make it through. But I’ve done it. I hope you will like it.

Part one of the saga: (no darkroom): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dxqCZ…

Part two (mixing chemistry): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-tKbT…

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Film developers D-76, Rodinal, FX-1 and Pyrocat HD / Vlog 58

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In this vlog I’ve mixed film developers Kodak D-76, FX-1, Pyrocat HD and Rodinal. OK, I will mix Rodinal before I will use it.

If you want to skip to exact information, here is the table of contents: D-76 or ID-11 3:306:00 FX-1 6:1012:30 Pyrocat HD 12:3114:52

I don’t know why I started this series and why I am digging so deeply, but with my vlogs I want to learn too, so I am curious to see how FX-1 and Pyrocat will do in comparison to my usual film developing choice D-76. I am not sure if somebody is interested in that, but if I started it, I will also finish it. Hopefully in my next vlog this will be done.

But of course, I will keep on shooting and I will learn new things.

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16 February, 2019 at 23:10

Part 2 / Kodak D-76 the most famous film developer

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OK, finally here is the second part of my research on the most famous developer Kodak D-76 also sold as Ilford ID-11. It took me way too much time and energy and resources, but I am happy with the results and I believe this case will shine some light and inspiration for younger generations of photographers who would like to work in analogue photography.

I’m listing the print on EBay as an auction, starting from 0,99$. Not to get payed for the work that I’ve done, but to finance the future vlogs that I have in mind. Thank you for your attention and hopefully also the bidding.

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