PetaPixel

Tiny Tintypes Created with a 110 Camera

Niniane Kelley of PhotoboothSF — the SF photo shop that still shoots tintype portraits — shot a series of tiny tintype photographs using a 110 camera. The images are likely the world’s first 110 tintypes, and the world’s smallest tintypes as well (each one is about half the size of a standard 35mm frame).

(via PhotoboothSF via Photojojo)


Update: The record may still be held by tintype photos from the world’s smallest wet plate camera.


Image credits: Photographs by Niniane Kelley