Analog technology in the digital age: a mobile collodion darkroom and life-sized wet-plate camera
By David Willis, Photography By Ian Ruhter
Dating back to the 1850s, wet plate is also known as the collodion process, and a process it is, with single image exposures that require lengthy exposure times and a meticulous, demanding development and fixing process in a chemical darkroom.
ICP’s new Executive Director Mark Lubell on the continuing mission of the organization amid the ongoing flood of image-making worldwide
by Baldev Duggal
No institution can stake a higher claim to the public dissemination and social experience of curated photography through a combination of academic training, archiving, exhibiting and debating than the International Center of Photography in New York.