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Keliy Anderson-Staley – Tintype Portraits

Keliy Anderson-Staley – Tintype Portraits

Tintypes are a one of a kind photographic process that was introduced in the 1850s. This delicate procedure of mixing chemicals and long exposures is only for the determined. Keily Anderson-Staley has created a huge series of portraits with the wet plate collodion process, titled Tintype Portrait Series. This technique of portraiture is lengthy and becomes an actual event for ...

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Keliy Anderson-Staley – Off the Grid

Keliy Anderson-Staley – Off the Grid

Off The Grid is an enthralling collection of photographs by Maine native Keliy Anderson-Staley. The series documents a number of families who live scattered throughout the Maine forests, without any of the services most of us take for granted; electricity, mains water, gas, telephones.

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Keliy Anderson-Staley – Imagined Family Heirlooms

Keliy Anderson-Staley – Imagined Family Heirlooms

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Keliy Anderson-Staley – Earlier Work

Keliy Anderson-Staley – Earlier Work

These Maine houses, photographed beautifully by Keliy Anderson-Staley may not represent high end design, but they are still incredibly inspiring — they are all homes to families living off the grid without electricity (except what is generated by the sun), plumbing or phones.

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Keliy Anderson-Staley – Collodion Couples

Keliy Anderson-Staley – Collodion Couples

Фотограф Кели Андерсон-Стейли (Keliy Anderson-Staley) сделала серию портретов молодых нью-йоркских пар в старинной технике мокрого коллодионного процесса, с применением оптики прошлого века. Выдержка составляла от десяти до сорока секунд, поэтому моделям было сложно долго оставаться неподвижными, и они вынуждены были опираться друг на друга, отчего их позы выглядят несколько неестественными.

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