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It took six months to create these ultra large 3D wet plates

Austrian photographer Markus Hofstätter has published plenty of interesting wet plate projects. In his latest project, he brings together large format wet plates and stereo 3D photos. This was Markus’ most time-consuming project so far. It took him working six months to finish it, the first three just modifying his camera so it can take […] The post It took six months to create these ultra large 3D wet plates appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Diy, 3d Photography, Large Format, Markus, Stereogram, DIY large format, Wet Plate, Markus Hofstätter, 3d Photos


This photographer shot his own wet plate passport photos

I love seeing the wet plate experiments of Austrian photographer Markus Hofstätter. He’s so prolific with them that when he decides to do something interesting it ends up being very interesting. Lately, he’s been trying to apply wet plate techniques to types of photography you wouldn’t normally associate with the medium. He has a couple of very […] The post This photographer shot his own wet plate passport photos appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Polaroid, Passport, Wet Plate, Markus Hofstätter, Collodion, Polaroid MiniPortrait


Photographing a rock band on wet plate with 7500Ws of strobe power

Photographing a group of people on large format wet plate needs a lot of power. Even with a relatively wide f/5.6 aperture, with an ISO of around 0.5 that still needs a lot of light. How much light? Well, around 7500 watt-seconds to be precise. That’s how much power photographer Markus Hofstätter used for this group […] The post Photographing a rock band on wet plate with 7500Ws of strobe power appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, ISO, Markus Hofstätter


This is what it’s like to shoot ultra large format wet plate macro in a cherry blossom tree

Because the snowdrop shoot what so much fun, I wanted to do something like that again. After I saw the cherry blossoms on my tree, it was crystal clear what comes up next. I wanna shoot one of these with my wet plate camera, but this time I will shoot them on the tree. When […] The post This is what it’s like to shoot ultra large format wet plate macro in a cherry blossom tree appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Analog, Macro Photography, Analogue, Large Format, Wet Collodion Process, Wet Plate, Markus Hofstätter, Collodion


Shooting steampunk style wet plates handheld

Shooting wetplate is a bit of a feat all by itself. Sure, it’s getting a little more common than it was a decade or two ago, but it’s still not all that easy, especially if you want to do it well. Photographer Markus Hofstätter is no stranger to large format wet plate photography, but he’s had […] The post Shooting steampunk style wet plates handheld appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Large Format, Wet Collodion Process, Wet Plate, Markus Hofstätter, Collodion


Photographer mixes old with new – shooting Halloween wet plates filmed on a 360° camera

I’ve seen some rather interesting Halloween photos cross my desk over the past week or so. Few that are quite as interesting as this project from photographer Markus Hofstätter, though. Shooting some Halloween portraits on large format wet plate. Best of all, he shot a behind the scenes video showing how it was done. While it’s […] The post Photographer mixes old with new – shooting Halloween wet plates filmed on a 360° camera appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Analog, Analog Photography, Analogue, Large Format, Wet Plate, Markus Hofstätter, Wet Collodion, Wet Process


I built a pond in my back garden for this fiery wedding portrait

The Hot rod on Fire Shooting inspired me to this one. But there was a huge difference, this photograph was done with only one exposure. We got it done after a lot of preparation – a nearly 3-Meter-long diy fire torch, two strobes and a 4.4 Seconds exposure created this image. Planning did take much longer this […] The post I built a pond in my back garden for this fiery wedding portrait appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Portrait, Photography, Inspiration, Fire, Wedding Photography, Long Exposure, Light Painting, Markus Hofstätter



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