“Sébastien” tintype 18 cm x 24 cm
Aude et Sébastien, two wonderful persons intriged by the collodion process too. That is passion + passion combined with a fascination for crafts in general, accompanied with some lunch and wine. The recipe for a super inspiring afternoon.
“Hanna” tintype 13 cm x 18 cm
For the greater good we sometimes put a The Tintype Studio shoot on auction. This time the auction was for an organization called Get It Done, an online crowdfunding platform for small human-needs development projects all over the world. Check out their projects at http://www.getitdone.org/
Hanna Verboom won our lot this time. (We were polite enough not to ask at what bid…)
This is one of the plates we shot that day! Thanks, Hanna and family, for a lovely day with some extraordinary results!
We think it’s time to share more. More of our work and more of us.
So we decided to make some originals, prints and posters available for you online soon… In the Tintype Studio Shop.(soon available)
Now, you can order one of these A0 size posters (30 euros), by sending an email to email@example.com
Only this month: free shipping (in NL)
And keep checking our FB page, for more last-month-of-the-year-offers, coming up!
Tintype Studio Posters
This guy makes awesome pics. A true lomographer. This is him with some nice old gear.
“OM2″ tintype 13 cm x 18 cm”
“Zorky10″ tintype 13 cm x 18 cm”
“Hasselblad 500CM” tintype 13 cm x 18 cm”
and some pics he shot back…. [shot with Olympus OM2 with unexpired superia 1600] mrmaart.tumblr.com
“Arjen” tintype 13 cm x 18 cm”
and his VERY first wet plate of Arjen …
“Erik” tintype 13 cm x 18 cm
A ‘quicky’, after a long day of shooting digital, is so rewarding if the result is a plate like this one!
“Dress” tintype 13 cm x 18 cm
This is what we do on a Sunday afternoon: while I’m working on a dress and some props for a shoot next Wednesday, Arjen shoots a two minute exposure sneaky shot and this is the result. Oh how we love making, making, making.
“Bert” tintype 13 cm x 18 cm
Bert has a beautiful collection of old Civil War tintypes, and tintype family books and a lot of enthousiasm when he discovered people are still shooting with this old fashioned process.
So, of course we made a plate of him!
Ingredients: 4 awesome people, a handfull of Aunt & Uncles, some food & beverages and a rainy Sunday afternoon. And all for Marc’s Grandma! Happy B-day to her.
The frames are an experiment. It took me quite some layers of paint to get it colored like this without losing the nice wood structure.
And the dimensions still need some finetuning to get it totally how we would like it next time. But not bad at all, for a first try!
“Floris” tintype 9 cm x 12 cm
“Rik Engelgeer” tintype 13 cm x 18 cm
“Met rood petje” tintype 13 cm x 18 cm
“Zonder rood petje” Brown glass ambrotype 18 cm x 24 cm
“Peter Paul” tintype 18 cm x 24 cm
Some of the plates we shot at UNSEEN photo fair 2013.