Today, on Halloween, I’m finally revealing a project I’ve been working on for three years – a webshop called OBSKURA KURIOSUM.
The shop is in Norwegian, basically because I noticed a sad lack of proper curiosity shops in Norway. Have a look at it here: obskurakuriosum.no.
If you see something you like but live outside of Norway, just send an e-mail to email@example.com and I’m sure we’ll figure something out.
The image is a tintype, featuring model Ingvild Eiring, that I shot for the lookbook a year ago.
Happy Halloween, y’all!
Model: Ingvild Eiring
Y’all! Those of you who have been following me for a while knows what this means – this being the soundtrack to my next book… It means that I’m just about done with another book! That’s right. I’ve taken my sweet time with this one, but I’m almost done with Black Lily, the fourth book in The 9 Lives of The Outlaw Known as Crazy Cat series. We’re looking at release this year, late November/early December. All I have left to do is read through it one more time before I send it off to get proofed and… y’know, all the boring stuff, like formatting and getting it ready for publishing. In the meantime, here’s the soundtrack to Black Lily to get you in the mood for another adventure with the wildest cat in the crazy west.
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I’ve been making wetplates for three years today!
Since my last wetplate birthday, I’ve done my first wetplate wedding shoot, hosted more workshops, done portrait and model shoots, made almost 100 plates of Ingvild Eirings Bad Mice and even had a few wetplaters from the USA visit my tiny studio in Norway.
I’ve made 900 plates during my first three years in this mad scientist kinda photography. I failed miserably on taking my darkroom on the road this year, I hope to change that next year!
And by the way… I’m having a SPOOKTOBER SALE in my Etsy store. Everything is 30% off the entire month. Check it out here.
The collage features one image from each month of my third year as a wetplate photographer, starting with October last year in the upper left hand corner and finishing with September this year in the lower right hand corner.