The Collodio-Chloride printing out process was a major innovation with contributions from a multitude of innovators. The use of collodion on paper was a Talbot innovation in 1854, was in general commercial use in 1867 by Obernetter and was mass produced up to the 1930’s. This process is extremely stable, easy to coat and creates an extremely fine detailed image. It is naturally married to those wanting to print collodion negatives, film negatives, and digital negatives.
MORGAN POST has been a large format wet plate photographer and educator for the past seven years. Post holds a MFA degree from Utah State University, a BFA degree from the School Of Visual Arts, and an Associates Degree from Maine Media Workshops. He has worked extensively as a fine art and commercial photographer & digital artist in both Los Angeles and New York. He is currently teaching at Long Island University Brooklyn, Center For Alternative Photography and Fairfield University. morganpoststudio.com
Feature Image © Fredrik Haraldson, Digital Negative, Straight Collodio Chloride and Platinum Toned Collodio Chloride Print