Tintype photos make wonderful retro prints

Create unique memories with tintype prints

I just love those old tintype photos found in junk shops. So I decided to create tintypes using portraits taken in the past — and they came out wonderfully. Flip through this short slideshow to see examples.

The process can be used with any photo, and no two prints will look the same because of the anomalies of the process. It’s just a neat way to create a cool retro look. So if you’d like to schedule a consultation for a portrait session, just fill out the form below and we can discuss how to capture your family memories.

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About Andy Crawford

Andy Crawford has been a photographer and writer for more than 20 years, with thousands of images and articles published in magazines and newspapers around the country. He now focuses on Louisiana photography, landscapes, HDR photography, urban prints and other fine art photography. He also is a portrait photographer.