tintypeOriginally known as the ferrotype, is the result of a reverse wet collodion process using a thin metal plate that has been previously lacquered black, invented by Hannibal Smith in 1856.

Created a direct positive on varnished iron or on a sheet of metal. One-of-a-kind reproduction coated with black lacquer and collodion. Lightweight and cheap, less expensive.

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