Did you know that TinTypes were originally only used in Formal sittings and studios however later they were more commonly used by open air photographers?
Did you know that TinTypes were originally made on iron that had a lacquered finished that allowed them to be ready in just minutes?
Did you know that TinTypes were originally made in the 1860s and 1870s but continued into the 1950s before making a return in the early 2000’s?
Today we use a little different process to make TinTypes than in the 1800s. We expose our images digitally with no dark room chemistry but our Digital TinTypes allow us to create actual prints on metal in the traditional Black & White, a Brown & White Sepia Tone, a hand-tinted color, and full color prints.
Want to have your Old Time portrait printed on metal creating the most authentic replica for the period? If you have already visited one of our Old Time Photo studios, you can view your photo online and order your Print on Metal there; or, if you are looking for a place to have your photo taken, look at our Old Time Photo Studios.er Care of your TinType
Do Not Frame Under Glass
Keep Tin Dry
Keep Tin out of Direct Sunlight
Do Not Use Chemicals to Clean
Dust with a Dry Soft Cloth
All prices are approximate and subject to change.
Group rates may apply to groups over 10.
Discounts may be available, Inquire at your local studio!
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