2/15/2013 0 Comments
The above is an example of an original tintype and it's subsequent gelatin silver paper prints. The tintype is on the far left, the original is a 5x7 created in December. To make the additional photographs I first create a negative and then print each copy by hand in the traditional wet darkroom process. I am happy to create the new print in any size from a tiny locket size, to 20x24. I stick with the traditional printing to continue the silver story from the tintype to the print, also to keep the maker a part of the photograph and analog alive!
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