Stephan Kotas Wet Plate Exhibition | 29th Dec | KU DE TA

Experience an artistic and memorable evening at KU DE TA on the 29th of December with Stephan Kotas’ Wet Plate Exhibition and live demonstrations.
For this exhibition, the Prague born photographer used a camera that’s over 100–years old and developed through a chemical process that originated in 1851.
Unique and complex; the wet plate process stands out as one of the very few techniques that produce a direct positive image straight from the camera, having each tintype a one-of-a-kind archival object. Impressively, Kotas sources and mixes his own chemical solutions and achieves results through many sessions of trial and error. This series is his homage to the original processes of light painting. Get inspired through:


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