National Geographic publication

I am really proud to inform that photographs from my project: “1863” were published in the July issue of National Geographic (polish edition) in reportage category.

New project – new darkroom (1) the box

I’ve started project “Tall Ships Races” on wet collodion, which incudes the sailing with my camera on the  board the Norwegian vessel SJ Caroline of Sandnes, built in 1885. One of the challenges… Continue reading

carte de visite family workshop Vol. II

        Next part of a workshop adressed to families, which members posed for wet plate photographs, developed and printing negatives, and finally framing them in carte de visite style, using… Continue reading

Historical framing (2)

There is a set of portraits of members of  historical reconstruction groups focused on 1863 period.

carte de visite family workshop

As a part of exhibition: ‘1863 project’ I prepared a workshop adressed to families, which members posed for wet plate photographs, developed and printing negatives, and finally framing them in carte de visite… Continue reading

on AIR (exhibition at the media)

Telewizja Białystok z 29.01.2013 Radio Białystok z 25.01.2013 Gazeta Wyborcza Białystok z 23.01.2013

The opening of the exhibition ‘1863 project”

During the 150th anniversary of the outbreak of the 1863 polish uprising, my exhibition was opened. It was made in cooperation with Army Museum in Bialystok. Huge: 1,50×2.5m digital prints from scaned negatives… Continue reading

Exhibition invitation

Zapraszam na uroczyste otwarcie wystawy “1863 odtworzony na szkle” będącej podsumowaniem projektu: “Powstanie styczniowe – fotografie na kolodionie” zorganizowanej wraz z Muzeum Wojska w Białymstoku, Wernisaż odbędzie się 25 stycznia o godzinie 17,… Continue reading

Printing wet negatives (preparing to an exhibition Vol.1)

Because I was deeply convinced to exhibit non digital enlargments on the final show of the 1863 project, I tried to find a darkroom with a enlarger ready to cover 18x24cm negatives. I … Continue reading

historically framing and presentation ambrotypes

step by step: 1. making a wooden box. (It’s made from 4mm plywood – it’s not exactly historically correct, but gives some impression of natural and solid box). 2. preparing the metal cover.… Continue reading