Kasia Kalua Krynska works in wet plate collodion process which is one of the oldest photo techniques. It was introduce in the 1850s and by the and of decade it had almost entirely replaced the first practical photographic process, the daguerrotype. The end results of collodion process are quite unpredictable allowing for an element of surprise , which stands in opposition to the digital photography process. The collodion technique is characterized by a complicated chemical development and long exposure time.
The series of portraits Between Two Moons created in wet plate collodion process. This technique turns the photographer into alchemist and a poet who transforms contemporary photo into image placed beyond the time. Long time exposure allows to bold unseen normally features of the faces of portrayed people. In a result it is created an image where the eyes of portrayed person open the gate to new magical world. The portraits create a unique impression that captures the soul of the photographed persons.