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(Photography) another name for ferrotype1, ferrotype2


(ˈfɛr əˌtaɪp)

v. -typed, -typ•ing,
n. v.t.
1. to put a glossy surface on (a photographic print) by pressing on a metal sheet (fer′rotype tin`).
2. Also called tintype. a positive photograph made on a sensitized sheet of enameled iron or tin.


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"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!
Photographer Doug Hanson will be offering the chance to sit for a tintype photograph on the south promenade extension.
The event will include the Brunch Holiday food truck, vintage lounges styled by The French Eclectic, tintype photos by Margaret Muza Photography, tarot card readings by Reflections African Jewelry LLC, vinyl available for purchase from Graveface Records & Curiosities #2 and other vintage vendors.
The tintype, also known as a melainotype and a ferrotype, changed even that, although interestingly the plates on which images were printed were cheap, thin metal and not tin.
I ran the portrait through TinType by Hipstamatic and years of its invention, Disderi was said to be making more than PS50,000 a year from the business and other photographers soon jumped on the bandwagon.
Mr Whiting then sent the Victorian tintype photograph, measuring 3.5 inches by 2.5 inches, to Los Angeles-based forensic expert Kent Gibson, who has verified evidence for the FBI.
Have a tintype photo made or stop and talk to Provisions about that outdoor room you've been dreaming of.
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 photography business.
Mr Ball added: "It is our proposal to create a photo wall of individual portraits using tintype photography.