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Beginning in 1851, daguerreotypy gave way to the wet collodion process, which made photography cheaper, faster, and reproducible.
The wet plate collodion process is 19th-century technology.
Focusing strongly on her Gambian roots, as well as identity conflicts and spirituality, her photographs were often monochrome, and aged using an old-fashioned process called collodion tintype.
Wet collodion is the same technique used by Matthew Brady to make his Civil War battlefield images and portraits.
Martin has practiced wet plate collodion photography for a decade, the Print Room said.
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