Photographer’s images ‘like ghosts coming out the mist’

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Guy Bellingham is a wet plate photographer, using a technique that was first developed in 1851.

His ‘Victorian Polaroid’ method uses various chemicals to produce pictures that have incredible clarity and detail.

Mr Bellingham has been awarded a prestigious fellowship of the Royal Photographic Society for his work.

Video journalist: Jonathan Holmes