Dorian Pitt by Lumiere Tintype
Tintype photography is the act of making a direct positive (rather than negatives like film cameras we’re used to) on a thin sheet of iron coated with a enamel/laquer. The enamel works with the photographic emulsion process where silver salts (usually) are suspended through the dark laquer to create the depth in tintypes.
Like the style? Check out this tintype photograph of Stormie in Portland, OR.
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