Ken Miner | wet plate collodion


Wet Collodion

In an age of bit's, bite's and pixels, I choose to work with silver, ether and light.


With a camera manufactured in 1902, I set out to create images that are truly timeless.  Images that not only capture the person that sits before my lens, but their ansestors that gone before them.

The wet collodion process has a way to capture a "likeness" as no other photographic process can.