Welcome to LundPhotographics!
Thank you for your generous support!
And because of this, we have some wonderful news to share! We want to give something back to you, the enthusiastic wet plate community who've provided us with so much support and encouragement.
To do this, we've just made arrangements with Maine Media Workshops in Rockport, Maine, to offer two $500 scholarship/prizes to be awarded by random drawing from amongst the attendees of their 2014 Wet Plate Collodion Workshop! Isn't this exciting?! So, reserve some time on your calendar for the beginning of July and sign up for their wet plate workshop! It'll be the best fun you've had in a long time. Stay tuned for more details and workshop dates! We'll add links as they become available.
Film holder modifications
If you're sending a film holder to be modified, don't forget to include your return address and the dimensions of the opening you would like. Avoid selecting Rite-Way, or wooden framed film holders for modificaton. Instead, select plastic framed film holders with a solid aluminum septum such as Fidelity, Toyo, or Lisco. These are much higher quality and perform significantly better. Thanks!
Collodion practitioners should use all chemicals and equipment with caution and at their own risk. Many of the chemicals used in the process of wet plate collodion photography are hazardous. Read and understand the MSD sheets for all the materials you will be using. MSD sheets for individual reagents can be found on the internet or from the chemical supplier from whom you purchase them. Use all chemistry and equipment with caution, common sense, and respect. LundPhotographics assumes no liability for the risk to, or damage caused by, persons handling any chemicals or equipment provided in these pages.