MOT MET STUDIO is inspired by the collodion process, an early photographic technique credited to Frederick Scott Archer in 1851, but was originally discovered by Gustave Le Gray a year before.

This innovative “collodion wet plate process” requires the glass plate to be coated, sensitized, exposed, and developed within the span of about 10-15 minutes.

These are critical moments for handling sensitive materials and require complete technical focus on the production to ensure a unique outcome, whatever the subject.

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Collodion process lab