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“Muse” and “Beckoning”

Published on July 26, 2013 by in Tiny Tintypes

Two modern 2.5 inch wet plate collodion tintypes mounted on 19th century darkroom and camera equipment.

 
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Mounting

Mounting out tintypes in a new way. Locust – 2.5 inch tintype mounted on Cocobolo.[/caption]

 
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Multiple Exposures of Nicole Truax

Wanted to shoot a few experimental medium format tintypes. Really excited with how they came out. Three 380ws strobes with 40 bursts at full power. Can’t wait to try out some of these with the mammoth plates! These are mounted on 6×6 slabs of Padauk Wood.

 
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Memento Mori: Insects

For this project we are creating small abstract tintypes of insect specimens by creating an extremely shallow depth of field by shooting through an 8x magnifying loupe. This project is a psychological one; rather than being documentary or scientific, we endeavor to create surreal and alien images that touch upon humans’ subconscious fears and curiosities.

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Execution Project: The Journey Begins

Execution Project: The journey Begins from Linked Ring Photography on Vimeo. Video from our trip out west and our most recent Execution Project photoshoots.

 
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Yashica D: Medium format tintypes

Published on August 27, 2012 by in Tiny Tintypes

Nicole and I shot a wedding in Bar Harbor Maine and spent the rest of the week adventuring, climbing mountains, camping, cooking lobsters, and making photos. We made a few tintypes one day at Ship Harbor, near the Seawall Campground in Acadia national park. We had just enough chemicals left to make a few small

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Julia Forrest: Ucchista-Matangini

We shot this quite a few weeks back, but needed some time away to digest. This was the last bit of chemicals we had for the large ambrotypes and need to put in another order to continue the project. Julia drove up from Brooklyn with her boyfriend Paul and spent the night here, we awoke

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Execution Project: John Flynn

Some of you may remember John from the original Execution/kickstarter video, or have listened to his band The Morning On Fire He’s been a good friend for a long time and we immediately thought of featuring him for the project. We had taken this shot of him for his album last year, and ran with

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From IPhone to Ambrotype: Evolution Of An Idea

After being greeted by 55 mph winds at Horeshoe Bend and getting one of our vehicles stuck axel deep in the Bonneville Salt Flats we only had one last chance to test out the Mammoth Camera, our hardware, and chemicals before returning home to continue the Execution Project. We had toyed with the idea of

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Leaving Tomorrow!

As our lives always seem to be, the previous weeks have been a roller coaster of preparation, overcoming obstacles, and re-working logistical nightmares. Add a series of unexpected jobs to the mix, and it’s a wonder we’ve come this far. As a recap, we’ve drank more coffee in the last 3 months than in the

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