Welcome to the new web-home of LundPhotographics!
We've made some major improvements to our website and we hope you enjoy them! The menu system and site search features should make it much easier to find the gear you're looking for. We've also added more features for social networking and we'd love to keep you updated on what we're working on, both in and around the shop. Be sure to register as a user - you'll have access to our new fancy account dashboard where you can access your previous orders, a wish list, and more! Please sign up for our news letter at the bottom of this page! I promise we won't flood your inbox. I think you'll find our going's on interesting and fun.
If you're interested in wet plate collodion, you've come to the right place! We build great products and get them into the hands of amazingly creative people like you. Our innovative and original designs make the process of wet-plate photography reliable and efficient, allowing you to focus your attention on creating amazing photographs. If you have any questions just let us know, we're always happy to help!
We generally try to keep items stocked and can usually turn most orders around in a couple of days, but sometimes your enthusiastic interest in our products exceeds our ability to keep up! Because most of the gear you'll find on our site is designed and hand crafted right here in our shop by Jared and me, depending on what, or when you order, it may take us a little longer. Your patience is greatly appreciated. Know that each and every item is made with care and attention to detail, making any wait well worthwhile. So, please plan ahead, and feel free to check in anytime! You're part of the family!
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.