In With The Old, Using the Daguerreotype Photography Process Today

In today’s digital world the art of photography is taking a serious hit. With the introduction of DSLR cameras and the instant gratification they provide, many modern day photographers have little, if any experience, with the original methods of capturing an image. As sad as this may seem, there still is hope. There is a small niche of photographers who seek to create and capture using the tools and techniques of our photographer forefathers. One such example is Dan Carrillo:

Dan Carrillo uses the Daguerreotype process involving dangerous chemicals and tools made with his own hands to create stunning images that will last a lifetime.

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His love of the art is apparent and hopefully contagious, encouraging others to put down there DSLRs and experiencing the zen of photography’s ancient arts.

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