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Wet Plate Day Facebook Page

Printed From: Collodion Photography
Category: Workshops & Events
Forum Name: World Wet Plate Day - The Archer Project
Forum Discription: Information and communication about the WWPCPD and the Archer Memorial Project
URL: http://www.collodion.com/forum_posts.asp?TID=6590
Printed Date: 22 October 2020 at 04:23


Topic: Wet Plate Day Facebook Page
Posted By: Heyda
Subject: Wet Plate Day Facebook Page
Date Posted: 02 April 2011 at 15:37
We must try and keep up to date...

Wet Plate day now has it's own http://www.facebook.com/wetplateday - Facebook page .

You know you like it! Please share with all your contacts.



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Posted By: mics
Date Posted: 03 April 2011 at 07:16
Originally posted by Heyda

We must try and keep up to date...


Do we really?
I prefer talking to real people. That's why I like visiting fellow wetplaters  while I'm traveling.
But maybe I'm just too old (46) for this modern stuff ;-)

Michael



Posted By: Heyda
Date Posted: 03 April 2011 at 11:01
I do both. You know you are welcome at my home. But Facebook is a lot quicker if you try to reach as many wet players as possible. Although I wouldn't mind doing a round trip across the world. ;-)

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Posted By: Goamules
Date Posted: 03 April 2011 at 11:09
Thanks for making the page.  If we were still in the "dark ages" of wetplating prior to the Internet, there would be a lot less wetplater's to visit.  Because of social networking, wetplate photography has boomed....as has the dissemination of information.

If this was 1999, I bet you could count the number of wetplate photographers on two hands.


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Garrett
Occupational Technologist, Avocational Luddite
http://www.flickr.com/photos/garrettsphotos/sets/72157601802735284/ - Flickr Gallery


Posted By: mics
Date Posted: 04 April 2011 at 09:46
Originally posted by Heyda

You know you are welcome at my home.


I know , thanks. I hope I can manage to visit you on my return trip from England.


Originally posted by Goamules

If we were still in the "dark ages" of wetplating prior to the Internet, there would be a lot less wetplater's to visit.


I am one of them. I just don't like this type of social networks.
But, thanks  keeping traditional photographic techniques alive and spreading the knowledge.

Michael



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