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A collection of modern day Wet Plate Collodion Tintypes celebrating queer & radical subcultures in the United States Read more

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This project was successfully funded on December 10, 2012.

A collection of modern day Wet Plate Collodion Tintypes celebrating queer & radical subcultures in the United States

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    1. Creator John J. DiGilio on September 16, 2013

      Hello Dinah! Did the 8x10s ever go out? I am sending you a change of address for my print and my book, as I am going to be moving in a few weeks.

      John

    2. Creator Gudrun Thäter on May 7, 2013

      My picture arrived today (in Germany). It looks just plain gorgeous! Have to find the right place to put it to enjoy it every day.

      Gudrun from Karlsruhe

    3. Creator John J. DiGilio on March 27, 2013

      Thanks Dinah! THE PHOTOS ARE LOOKING AWESOME!

    4. Creator Dinah DiNova on March 18, 2013

      Hey John, I would love to give a little update....

      I am in New Orleans, having a wonderful time photographing the city and friends. You can see some of the new photographs in their rough form on my flickr. http://www.flickr.com/photos/knitbone/

      I sent the first round of rewards out about a month ago. I had some personal family business to attend to this month and have been out of commission with the camera and unable to finish up the rewards just yet...... However I am diving back into the Ether this weekend, teaching a wet plate workshop at the NOLA community print shop - http://nolacommunityprintshop.wordpress.com/ - and kicking myself back into gear next week.

      The weather in New Orleans is perfect for shooting right now. The days are long and the light is generous. I think I'm going to end up sticking around!

      Thanks again to all the people who supported this project. I will have your rewards out to you soon and I hope they will be worth the wait.

      -Dinah

    5. Creator John J. DiGilio on March 17, 2013

      Hi Dinah! Hope things are going great! Can you give us a little update?