"There is a way of living that has a certain grace and beauty. It is not a constant race for what is next, rather an appreciation of what has come before. There is a depth and quality of experience that is lived and felt, a recognition of what is truly meaningful. This is the quality of life I believe in."
Ambrotype photography was a marvel of Victorian times. True luxury, reserved only for the wealthy and privileged. In today's digital world, these glass photographs are a highly sought-after rarity. The mesmeric charm of an ambrotype portrait remains unmatched - even those who notice nothing, will notice something.
mesmeric & haunting
AMBROTYPE PORTRAIT STUDIO BY
[MAR - CHEEN JENNY - SHEV - SKI]
Sitting for an ambrotype is a unique and peculiar experience. It is finding a moment of stillness in a world that spins too fast. A date to anticipate in the brimful calendar. Time to take a breath and reflect.
This quaint process, can not be rushed - no compromise, no corners to be cut. Only the authentic formulas from the 1850s, consisting of stoic patience, meticulous precision, perfect timing, and a waft of lavender will render an heirloom gem of unmatched depth and character.
One-of-a-kind, one at a time...
Wet Plate Collodion
In that moment of stillness, a legacy is forged. A unique artifact to last generations. Not flickering on a screen, not disposable, and with no expiration date.
Never mind the countless selfies; all it matters is that you have one, just one-of-this-kind...
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When you hold one of these artifacts in your hand, you are immediately struck by their peculiar mesmeric quality. This they owe to the employment of silver emulsion, orchestrated in accordance with authentic, nearly 200-year-old formulas.
Each portrait is unique - as we are - never flawless; special ... and you won't help but feel this way.
I could boast here about my vast background in image making - nearly three decades of experience spanning multiple industries; architecture, advertising, TV, and film. Or, I could bore you to death with tales of “How I got my first camera when I was 6”. However, there is more to this story than mere clichés. Instead, allow me to tell you why I admire luxury cars, and why I believe it is important.
“What is he talking about?”, you probably wonder… please, bear with me.
Ambrotypes (from Greek - "immortal impression") are exquisite, one-of-a-kind glass photographs, handcrafted in accordance with authentic, nearly 200-year-old formulas.
Nothing trite, but a timeless expression of elegance and sophistication.
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