Wild West

Photographs of 1877:
For this set I obviously didn’t want to just bung on a `sepia` filter and call them Victorian!
Instead I opted for as faithful a digital reproduction of the Wet Collodion process on glass plates of the time, as possible.
I further used hand-toning on the `colour` shots, as this is exactly what photographers would have done then. Sepia toning their prints and then literally hand brushing coloured inks on top of the sepia toning to render a more colourful image.