his objective is to take photographs of the station and crew using the Victorian Wet Plate Collodion process
- taking images known as an Ambrotype on glass plates.
At each station Jack plans to take three images, one of the view from the boathouse,
one of the senior crewmen and one of the whole crew.
Here are a few images of Jack photographing Looe RNLI's longest serving Helmsmen, Toby Bray and Dave Jackman.
Jack and the helmsmen watch the image develop on the glass plate.
You can find out more about Jack Lowe and his Lifeboat Station project on this website.
All images © Ian Foster / fozimage