Landscapes made in the Northwest and Midwest United States from 2000 to 2004 by wetplate collodion photographer Dale Bernstein.
About the AuthorDale Bernstein
During the 1980s I had the honor of working for some of the 20th Century's great photographers. Penn, Horst, Avedon, Mapplethorpe and Arnold Newman amongst others. I have a genuine appreciation for their work and that of their contemporaries. Growing up in New York with a budding interest in photography I was taken with the often romantic gum and platinum prints of the Photo-Secessionists. It was not until some years later, approaching the tender age of forty that I really began to appreciate the work of 19th Century photographers. I found my passion in wetplate collodion photography.
Category Fine Art Photography
Tags fine art, silver nitrate, Columbia River, Carleton Watkins, collodion negative, Irving Penn, Richard Avedon, Arnold Newman, black & white, cityscape, landscape, fine-art, photography, wet-plate, collodion, wetplate, ambrotype, tintype, California, Oregon, Washington, Mapplethorpe, Horst