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Tintype

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Where did Neckties Come From? ow.ly/cEWz303UVEi #necktie #dapper

Where did Neckties Come From? ow.ly/cEWz303UVEi #necktie #dapper

Last week's post discussed Jay Kruizenga's ancestor James Pennington's dreamy blue eyes and trendy 1850s fashion. When an individual visited a photo studio in the late 1850s, he could choose the style…

At a photo studio in the late 1850s, you could choose the style of portrait—daguerreotype, ambrotype, tintype or a paper card photo. So which is which?

Tintype photography – Lucas Mobley Photography Inc.

Seattle and Portland tintype photographer Lucas Mobley and Kathryn Stevens create one of a kind art. Sunroom Analog is the best tintype photo studio.

Rule of Thumb | Quarter-plate tintype by an anonymous photog… | Flickr

Quarter-plate tintype by an anonymous photographer. A lensman captured this Union officer giving the time-honored gesture of derision or disdain. His technique matches an instruction printed in an 1863 issue of the Semi-Weekly Wisconsin of Milwaukee: “Put thumb to nose, and gyrate the extended fingers for a moment.” Though Oxford Dictionary dates the origin of the phrase to 1854, Newspapers.com reveals examples in England as early as 1840, and the United States in 1841. One Civil War example…