Photographer uses Civil War-era technique to create lasting art

Commercial photographer Jeff Schotland uses a technique developed in 1851 called wet plate collodion to create images that will last generations. Schotland describes the process as he shoots portraits from his North Kansas City studio.
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Commercial photographer Jeff Schotland uses a technique developed in 1851 called wet plate collodion to create images that will last generations. Schotland describes the process as he shoots portraits from his North Kansas City studio.

Local photographers slow down in digital age with return to Civil War-era technique

July 06, 2017 12:20 PM