Using the 19th century process of "wet plate collodion," you don't TAKE a picture...you MAKE a picture.
It's a very slow process which must be executed very quickly, and has more to do with what you feel, than what you see.
A photograph is a return ticket back to a moment otherwise gone.
The "Round Rock" and the water tower - Round Rock, TX (2019)
“…an extraordinary combination of pure science, pure witchcraft, and wishful thinking.” Ansel Adams, 1948
The Gardener (2019)
Colorized Collodion Tintype, Austin, TX (2019)
"A photograph is a captured record of a specific moment in time. And then, the length of time the photograph itself can exist."
Silver images can last for centuries
San Jacinto- Camp location of the Army of Texas - Colorized tintype (2019)
Foggy morning at San Gabriel springs- Georgetown, Tx (2019)
McClure-Braches House and the Sam Houston Oak tree, Gonzales Texas (2018)
Eggleston House, Gonzales TX (2018)
Presidio La Bahia - Goliad, Texas (2018)
The Alamo- Near Bracketville Texas (2018)
"Come & Take It" battleground- near Gonzales, Texas (2018)
San Gabriel River Crossing - Georgetown Texas (2019)
Plum Creek battlefield - Kelly Springs
near Lockhart Texas (2018)
San Gabriel River Dam - Georgetown Texas (2018)
Lone Wolf Bridge - San Angelo Texas (2019)
Williamson Co. Courthouse - Georgetown Texas (2019)
Architecture on the Square - Georgetown Texas (2019)
Georgetown City Jail - Georgetown, Texas (2018)
Riley House Visitor, Georgetown Texas (2018)
Cemetery Post - Temple Texas (2019)
Sheriff's Posse Arena - Georgetown, Texas (2019)
Moonrise and the Garden Bed (2019)
String is in the Air (2019)
Great-grandfather's Fiddle - (2018)
Old Flames (2019)
Shooting Photography (2019)
Mother Dragonslayer (2019)
The Mystery Stone of Georgetown (2019)
Jacks- A pre-electronic entertainment device (2018)
Texas Hard Hat - Georgetown, Texas (2018)
Locks of Love - San Angelo (2019)
Civil War Bullets and Domino's (2019)
The Solo (2019)
Dad's Branding Iron (2019)
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