This Saturday we are marking the Glashaus 3rd year with an anniversary party. In my studio I will be showing 4x5 tintype portraits and their 16x20 printed counterparts, as well as shooting 4x5 polaroids with my 1960's land cam. The other glashaus artist's will also be around, hosting open studios and new work in celebration of the 3 year anniversary. Come by from 6-10, there will be food and drink, music and good company!
Oh blackbird, you had me at 'whole sprocket printing'. This modern camera is an all plastic experiment in fun.
Oh little brownie, you are so compact and sweet packed so perfectly in my bag. Such a tiny package, knew a toy could pack such a punch?!
Milo, an 8 x 10 tintype mounted to steel. Fun fact about Milo, he is a smiling dog!
I've been testing out my lot of old and toy cameras. In an effort to share what fun loading and shooting a roll of film in an old camera, I have reconnected with the trusty (and heavy) voigtlander.
Click the link and see the contact proofs from this camera study, as well as the whole series of cameras put to the test!
Celebrate Lincoln's birthday by getting your picture taken the same way! You don't have to wear a period bow tie to make a tintype look timeless.