Friday, June 30, 2017

Quote: Ian Ruhter (Wet Plate Collodion Photographer)

"...because they're limitations on the contrast and everything where that plateau in the back is really washed out and that but also creates depth and I don't try to correct those things I really just embrace them and I think they make them, they make them what they are. In life it seems we always want to fix everything and it's kind of start thinking of it in society with plastic surgery and in photoshop and we always want it better better but what's wrong with the way it is what's wrong with the way we are and that's why I like the collodion process too because it is, this is it. It was not perfect but it is perfect, it's better than perfect.
NMPBS COLORES!: Photographer Ian Ruhter (YouTube)