Wet Plate photography is a new hot trend in the photo world. If you aren’t sure what it is, it’s the 1860s style of taking pictures that gives you a very old and haunting result. That’s why all the pictures from back in the day look so terrifying. Esquire photographer Victoria Will recently shot a bunch of celebrities at the Sundance Film Festival a few weeks ago using this technique….Maggie Gyllenhaal wins for the most creepy. She looks like a damn witch.  Check’em out…

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