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Wet plate photos by visual artist Kristen Hatgi

Kristen Hatgi is a Denver-based visual artist with a knack for creating spooky and sensual photos, using a wet plate (collodion) process in her backyard. Hatgi and her husband Mark Sink use this nineteenth century process (though incredibly inconvenient, tedious and unpredictable) to show work with microscopic detail and a haunting modern-meets-ancestral feel.

woman in lace and vail photograph
portrait of a man photograph
man with woman in lap photograph
girl posting vintage style portrait
girl with flowers in hair portrait

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