Minnie Weisz Studio – Wet Plate Colloidon Photography, Ambrotypes and Daguerrotypes

At the Minnie Weisz StudioOn our way back from our usual Sunday afternoon Womble to Kings Cross to see the shiny new buildings via the usual St Pancras Old Church and Camley Street natural park, we came across one of the not railway arches was open and demoing some photographic techniques.

The Minnie Weisz Studio, bills itself as teaching the processing of “wet plate colloidon photography, ambrotypes and daguerrotypes” and that was what we found them working on, with chemicals and hair dryer. So if that’s the sort of thing you ilke, sign up for one of the workshops!

Obviously, I asked them how many megapixels their prints were.

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