The german photographer Steffen Diemer working with his new stuff.

The german photographer Steffen Diemer sent us some pictures about the first commission done with his new stuff bought at Wetplatewagon: a whole plate Watson & Sons camera and one of our portable darkrooms PM1.


The Lifers Project by Matt Alberts


A new friend, Matt Alberts, starts a project named “Lifers” and we are glad to say that he will do it with our portable dark room PM1.

You can see the video below and collaborate with him in his crowdfunding project.

LIFERS from SixEleven on Vimeo.Matt Alberts empieza un nuevo proyecto llamado “Lifers” y estamos muy contentos de poder decir que lo hará con nuestro laboratorio portátil PM1.

Recomendamos que miren el video promocional y se animen a colaborar en su proyecto a través de la pagina adjunta a continuación.


LIFERS from SixEleven on Vimeo.


Le Grand Dimanche au collodion


The September 30th, 2012 at Pôle Sud – Centro Cultural de Chartres de Bretagne – performed “Le Grand Dimanche au collodion”. Demonstration of the wet collodion process by photographer Israel Arino.

Le Grand Dimanche au collodion from Sklerijenn Havouis on Vimeo.El 30 de septiembre 2012 en Pôle Sud – Centro Cultural de Chartres de Bretagne – se llevó a cabo “Le Grand Dimanche au collodion”.  Demostración del procedimiento del colodión húmedo a cargo de fotógrafo Israel Ariño.

Le Grand Dimanche au collodion from Sklerijenn Havouis on Vimeo.

Tempus Fugit team working whith portable darkroom PM1


During the month of July the company Tempus Fugit Visual Projects was doing a project with wet collodion plates in the Port of Barcelona. To make this work they rented our portable darkroom PM1. Here are some pictures that they sent us with making off and a little selection of their excellent results.

The project was commissioned by the construction company TERCAT
on the occasion of the inauguration of “Moll Prat” in the “Port de Barcelona” on September 27.


Martí, Pau, Montse, Rebecca, Míguel.




The photographer Robb Kendrick visit Wetplatewagon studio in Barcelona.


Last November the photographer Robb Kendrick came to visit us at the Wetplatewagon studio in Barcelona.

He is doing a new project for National Geographic magazine for which he has traveled around the world. One of the stops of his trip was to find a taxidermist in Zaragoza for making a tintype to a very special animal. Before that, he moved to Barcelona to rent our portable darkroom PM1 and more equipment, chemicals and materials. He also hired our friend Rebecca Mutell as an assistant during his stay in Spain.

Here some pictures of his vist at the studio and during work in progress at the scary taxidermy store in Zaragoza.










Robb Kendrick, Rebecca Muntell and Montse Gil at the studio.