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Photoville 2014: Five Things You Shouldn’t Miss
The third annual Photoville kicked off last night at Brooklyn Bridge Park and, as expected, the featured work is incredible. … Continued
Airman Takes War Photography Back to its Roots, Brings Tintypes to Afghanistan
Tintype photography is renowned for being a slow and exacting process, which makes it that much more impressive that Aerial Gunner Ed Drew took them during his tour in Afghanistan
The Lumiere Photobooth is a Roaming Tintype Studio
If you're in Austin, you can get your portrait taken by a rolling tintype studio
Photographer Uses Old Tin Cans for Tintype Photos
What better surface for taking a tintype photo than a salvaged tin can?
This Is What It’s Like Making Tintypes with Civil War Cameras
For a really authentic tintype, why not go back to the original hardware used?
POV Video: The Making of Making a Tintype Photograph
Ever wanted to see just what goes in to making a wet-plate collodion tintype?
Museum Needs Your Help Identifying the Individuals in these Tintype Photographs
The Museum of the Confederacy is asking for the public's help to identify the subjects of eight photographs picked up on various Civil War battlefields 150 years ago
San Francisco Store Offers Instant Tintype Portraits
Even amongst the most diehard lomo fan, tintypes might seem like a dead art, but a store in San Francisco will still happily shoot a portrait of you in just...