Maybe I don't know what God looks like, but take it from me I've seen a tintype
of the devil," Mary gurgled, emotionally fluttering back and forth between laughter and tears.
He ground his teeth at the crying balloons; he cursed the moving pictures; and, though he would drink whenever asked, he scorned Punch and Judy, and was for licking the tintype
men as they came.
Leo poked out a supple red tongue at him, but a moment later broke into a giggle at a tintype
of two men, uncomfortably seated, with an awkward-looking boy in baggy clothes standing between them: Jake and Otto and I
Olsen will take tintype
photographs, for a fee, throughout the weekend for re-enactors in their fineries.
The Contemporary Arts Society praised Ms Saye's work in its review, writing: "A wonderful group of dark, tintype
photographs by Khadija Saye are self-portraits in which the artist is pictured with objects that formed part of her Gambian mother's daily rituals.
Bancroft of Traverse City, a former Civil War photographer who operated a tintype
Mr Ball added: "It is our proposal to create a photo wall of individual portraits using tintype
Navajo Nation-raised artist Will Wilson, who often uses old-fashioned large-format cameras to postapocalyptic ends, provided grungy, distressed tintype
portraits of American Indians, the originals of which he gifted to his sitters.
A magnet will tell you if it is a tintype
(attracting to it) as opposed to an ambrotype (which will not, since it is on glass).
gt;The pictures made using Victorian tintype
techniques THERE is a buzz about Sage Gateshead as the new season of big classical concerts approaches.
Civil War photographers made wide use of the glass plate negative and tintype
processes--the latter of which employed wet collodion on thin sheets of metal rather than glass.
Instead, the mural mostly resembled a tintype
from the frontier age.