I always have been fascinated by photography.
But with the introduction of the digital camera it all became too easy, too predictable …to me.
So I forced myself to go back to the roots of real analog photography.
Not just by making the photograph itself, but by controlling the entire photographic process.

This brought me back to the middle of the 19th century, to the amazing Collodion wet plate process.
And every single day I feel challenged to refine and improve myself.


For my website please visit : www.alextimmermans.com

Alex Timmermans
Holland


"You don't take a picture, it's given to you"

dinsdag 20 juli 2010

How "The Alien" was made

Following is a brief explenation how "The Alien" was made.
Currently I am using 2 falconeyes studiolights 5500k with 9 bulbs each.
This picture was made with a noname petzval lens.
focallenght was 350 mm at 5.6
poorboy collodion
exposuretime aprox 4 sec
clear glass
KCN fixer.









a little flashlight from behind to create a body



two falconeyes daylight studiolights

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