Tintype Photography

 

Tintype photography is an increasingly popular interest amongst photographers, using a method invented in 1850. These were all shot onto either 10 by 8 or 5 by 4 inch blackened aluminium. The plate has to be coated, shot, developed and fixed all before its dried, hence the name 'wet plate' photography.

 

Dom Harington tintype
Dom Harington tintype

Dom Harington tintype shot over four seconds

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Tintype of Dalek
Tintype of Dalek

Wet Plate Collodion Tintype of Dalek

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Stitch
Stitch

Jeremy Gower 'Stitch' shot on tintype

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Stitch 2
Stitch 2

Jeremy Gower 'Stitch' shot on tintype

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Girl in Chair
Girl in Chair

Portrait of girl in chair

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Blake Samson
Blake Samson

Blake Samson shot on tintype with his bicycle

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Josua Jones Boots
Josua Jones Boots
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Amber Josua Jones
Amber Josua Jones
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TimType
TimType

Tim Eastman shot on Tintype

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White Mill
White Mill
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hannah Josua Jones
hannah Josua Jones
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Alan Stokes tintype
Alan Stokes tintype

Alan Stokes tintype

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Stu
Stu

Stu on Tin

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Anna Cribb Tintype
Anna Cribb Tintype

Anna Cribb in her rollers shot on a tintype

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Rowen
Rowen

Rowen shot on a tintype

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Def Honk Blues
Def Honk Blues

Best dam blues act you will ever hear shot on a tintype

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Great Uncle Putris
Great Uncle Putris

Great Uncle Putrid who plays the Jackoria Juke Box in Def Honk Blues

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Jons Car
Jons Car
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