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Printed From: Collodion Photography
Category: Workshops & Events
Forum Name: World Wet Plate Day - The Archer Project
Forum Discription: Information and communication about the WWPCPD and the Archer Memorial Project
URL: http://www.collodion.com/forum_posts.asp?TID=3106
Printed Date: 02 December 2022 at 19:23


Topic: The Plate Maker's List
Posted By: admin
Subject: The Plate Maker's List
Date Posted: 01 May 2009 at 08:18
If there is anyone I've missed, or have any errors (spelling, etc.) let me know.
 
Wishing everyone a very successful and enjoyable day of honoring Archer and this wonderful process!
 
 
Ake, Jody                 Brooklyn. New York USA
Alexeev,  Alexey      Saint-Petersburg, Russia
Allen, Garrett          Tucson, Arizona USA
AtelieRetaguardia   Barcelona, Spain
Battles, Nate           Iowa City, Iowa, USA
Bennett, Troy R.      Portland, Maine, USA
Bernaski, John         Oxford,  New Jersey, USA
Bolduc, René           Quebec, Canada
Brewer, John           Manchester, UK
Cooke, Katie           Edinburgh, Scotland
Cynan, Richard        Bangor, Wales
Delgado, Lourdes   Girona, Spain
Drygalski, Michal     Gdansk,Poland
Dunniway, Will,       Corona, California, USA
Gane, Jo                 Coventry, UK
Gibbons, N.W.         Green's Farms, Conneticut, USA
Gunks, Eddie           Saugerties, New York, USA
Harrington, Todd     Winchester, Virginia USA
Hiott, Bryan              Bronx, New York, USA
Irvine, Siobhan         Glasgow, UK
Jacobson, Quinn       Viernheim, Germany
Jacobson, Summer    Viernheim, Germany
Jones, Dan                Pasadena, California, USA
Klein, Ron                  Juneau, Alaska, USA
Kouklis, Kerik              Placerville, California, USA
Kouklis, Sarah           Placerville, California, USA
Kravchenko, Roman   Crimea, Ukraine
La Roche, Andrew M.   Waukesha, Wisconsin  USA
Larkin, Matthew           Richmond, Massachusetts, USA
Lotto, David J.             Sacramento ,California, USA
Magruder, Matthew      Austin, Texas, USA
Man kei, Ho                 Hong Kong , China
Martin, Greg                Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Mascaro, Miguel          Malaga, Spain
Mastalia, Francesco     Warwick, New York USA
Morgan, Chris            Pine Level, North Carolina, USA
Ogden, Chuck         Yukon, Oklahoma, USA
Olson, Nick             Cedarburg, Wisconsin, USA
Pinault, Tim             Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, USA
Prifti, David              Concord, Massachusetts, USA
Radford, Carl            Glasgow, Scotland
Raupach, Thomas     Winter Park, Florida, USA
Rondeau, René         Corte Madera, California, USA
Ross, Ed                   San Anselmo, California, USA
Ruth, Euphus           Greenville, Mississippi, USA
Sappert, Stefan         Texing, Austria
Schmetter, Barry       Washington, D.C., USA
Schultz, Bruce           Lafayette, Louisiana, USA
Schwab, Bill               Michigan, USA
Sitkiewicz, Michal       Torun, Poland
Smigiel, Joseph           Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA
Taylor, Harry              Wilmington, North Carolina, USA
Todd Vinson                Marietta, Georgia, USA
Velev, Rado                  Sofia, Bulgaria
Voerman, Ruud           Lelystad, The Netherlands
Vogtschmidt, Jan          Berlin, Germany
Wilson, Steve                Mission, Kansas, USA
Zimmerman, Mark           Edmond, Oklahoma, USA



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Posted By: zmanphoto
Date Posted: 01 May 2009 at 09:51
Good luck everyone.  I will need it!  It's been awhile since I've poured plates.

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Mark Z
http://www.markwzimmerman.com - http://www.markwzimmerman.com


Posted By: magruder
Date Posted: 01 May 2009 at 09:59
man, am I the only one thats been all amped and excited about this for the last few weeks?  
Great feeling to know that even though I'll likely be pouring plates alone somewhere, theres a shitload of other crazy bastards all pouring plates at the same time.

:)

"Crazy people stick in groups"




Posted By: schrochem
Date Posted: 01 May 2009 at 10:11
It's been awhile for me.....
I'm not on the list, but I'm gonna give my aged chemicals a run for their money tomorrow.....
Not sure if it will be makeable but I'll see what I can turn out!
Where are you gonna be Matt? I have other things going on tomorrow, but maybe just maybe....
Scott


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Scott


Posted By: TinfoilPhono
Date Posted: 01 May 2009 at 11:04
Wow, that's a long list! I'm delighted to see so many names. This is going to be fun.


Posted By: Goamules
Date Posted: 01 May 2009 at 11:06
I'm taking a risk and going out in public to the downtown folk festival.  Try to solicit portraits from passers by.  It's a risk because my shots outside of my home usually turn out crappy (due mostly to my crappy box and high winds).  So perhaps I'll start the day with a nice, calm, still life or two!  I was going to do a demo a the Center for Creative photography, but it never developed....sorry for the pun.




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Garrett
Occupational Technologist, Avocational Luddite
http://www.flickr.com/photos/garrettsphotos/sets/72157601802735284/ - Flickr Gallery


Posted By: Kerik
Date Posted: 01 May 2009 at 11:51
Wow, impressive list! Sarah and I are looking forward to this. It's a little complicated since I am teaching a digital negative/platinum workshop this weekend, but it stays light late enough we should be OK. If not, we'll use the Fotodiox unit.  I am going to be making a tribute image to a good friend from my high school days that passed away unexpectedly a few days ago. His name is http://www.cleveland.com/obituary/plaindealer/index.ssf?/base/news-2/1241080391285280.xml&coll=2 - Steve Witser and he was one of the world's top classical trombonists.

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Kerik Kouklis
Platinum/Gum/Collodion
www.kerik.com


Posted By: admin
Date Posted: 01 May 2009 at 12:01

The excitement is palpable, even from here! That's wonderful!

 

That's great Kerik. We're psyched, too. I'm sorry about your friend. He had a heart attack at 48 years-old? That's too bad. 

 



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Posted By: efranqueville
Date Posted: 01 May 2009 at 12:30
I m in too :)
Franqueville Edouard , Paris , France


Posted By: BarryS
Date Posted: 01 May 2009 at 13:15
I'm really gonna need some luck, since it'll be my first plate.  :)  


Posted By: admin
Date Posted: 01 May 2009 at 13:23
Barry, we're all behind you - go for it!

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Posted By: jrpfeiff
Date Posted: 01 May 2009 at 15:25
Good luck to all! I look forward to seeing the fruits of your efforts!
 
I'm new here... in the research and development stage (researching the chemistry/technique and developing the funds to get started!), and am very excited for the time when I post the thread, "My First Plate!" In the mean time, I'll keep studying!
 
Jim Pfeiffer
Emmaus, PA, USA


Posted By: luphot
Date Posted: 01 May 2009 at 15:53

I'll be with you too

 
Pejout  Fabrice,  Paris, France


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luphot


Posted By: schrochem
Date Posted: 01 May 2009 at 16:11
Made up some chems today. Nothing should stop me now!! ha! Famous last words huh? I mean 'nothing' can go wrong when making wet plates..... lol!

Here's to a successful day. To everyone insane enough to love this process.

Schroeder,Scott   Austin,TX,USA


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Scott


Posted By: Contrastique
Date Posted: 01 May 2009 at 16:25
Sweet, such a long list!! Good luck to you all!
And indeed sorry about your friend Kerik, that's a young age.

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http://www.contrastique.com - - Photography Contrastique

http://contrastique.wordpress.com - - Wet Plate Collodion Diary


Posted By: barnesfoto
Date Posted: 01 May 2009 at 21:57
I had my photo classes making tintypes today! I will make mine on Sunday...

Allan Barnes, Los Angeles CA


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barnesfoto


Posted By: schrochem
Date Posted: 05 May 2009 at 13:04
Originally posted by BarryS

I'm really gonna need some luck, since it'll be my first plate.  :)  


Barry, congrats on making it man!
And a badass plate to boot!
Welcome to the club.


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Scott


Posted By: BarryS
Date Posted: 05 May 2009 at 23:11
Scott--thanks man!  The weekend was a blur trying to get everything ready, but I was really determined to make it happen.  I've been reading everything over the last few months, including almost every archived post on this forum and Robert Szabo's forum.  I been living with Waldack and Neff, Lea, and Towler--the 19th century texts are great.    I still have some issues to work through, but I have some good ideas on how to improve.  It's humbling to see how good you guys are and the work submitted for WWPD.  



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