On the Telly

There’s excitement afoot but more on that later in the month.

In the meantime, whet your appetite with this short clip broadcast last night by the BBC Look North team. You’ll also discover why I made the Tintypes below…

Jack Lowe on the BBC
Click to see a short film on the BBC describing the beginnings of a new project…
Half Plate Tintype by Jack Lowe, wet plate collodion
BBC Look North reporter, Andrew Hartley, on a sunny day in Craster (Half Plate Tintype)
Half Plate Tintype by Jack Lowe, wet plate collodion
Tintype Selfie, lens cap opened for five elephants by assistant Robert (Half Plate Tintype)

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  1. Fantastic Jack, what a beautiful film and yet more beautiful plates. Now I’m intrigued at what’s afoot! Good luck with this very special project, it’s belter! Best wishes, Jane