Post processed to look like a colorized Collodian Process Glass Negative. You may remember this porch and beautiful relic of a home in the heart of Central Mine. Ageless and romantic spot that calls for a soft/blurry look. The very look that Edward Weston, Ansel Adams, and the others in their F64 club rebelled against when they started using large format cameras to record great detail at maximum depth of field (F64). Alternative analog processes such as Wet Plate Collodian, Platinum/Palladium, and Ziatype are making a big comeback. I will be ordering the chemistry for Ziatype contact prints in a bit and will try my hand at being a chemist, or alchemist as the case may be. Coating expensive water color paper with the resulting emulsion and exposing either with the sun or with a sun lamp (UV) from the 60's I bought off Ebay for the purpose. Here is a nice demonstration video of the Ziatype Process, including the paper coating, exposure to UV light, washing, citric acid bath, and final wash. No darkroom required but the coated paper cannot be exposed to flourescent light and should be kept under low light like a yelow bug light bulb until exposed.