I made the first four pictures together with Balázs Sprenc during a colliding wet plate workshop under the guidance of Tamás Varga in Gömörszölös, Hungary. We wanted to participate in the workshop to explore the collodion process which is one of the earliest photographic processes. In this series topic we wanted to express the most emotional part of a relationship, the oneness, when two people are united in the understanding and deep insight of each other.
After these images was created, we were proposed to create Szilvi and Miklós wedding portraits.

Scanned glass plates​​​​​​​
Collaboration With
Balázs Sprenc
Gömörszőllős, hungary
2014 » Group exhibiton in Mai Manó House » The New with the Old » Contemporary photographs made with historic processes » Budapest

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