Tintype Fashion Video

Travel through the lens of yesterday’s Fashion & Tintype story in this behind the scenes video. A photo shoot follows a rhythm, from setup, to lighting, to showtime. Like an orchestra tunes its instruments before a concert, we tweak and adjust until we see a vision come to life. With tintype, there’s an extra magic to the process, something mysterious, tangible and ancient, where you feel like a part of physical reality has been captured forever on a metal plate.

Special thanks to Giles Clement and his traveling tintype.

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  • This is incredible, feels like an ad or a film! Now I want my photo taken with a tintype too, haha!

    PS – I’m absolutely loving the daily newsletters! So fun getting to see a little of the behind the scenes there too!

    • Tintype is something special. You know how some cultures believed a photograph stole part of your soul, well that’s what tintype felt to me. You should definitely get one done!

  • Lisa

    Too cool!

  • Pattymac100

    That was wonderful!!

  • Love this!

  • now THAT is cool!

  • Melanie Pogson

    You guys are AWESOME!

  • Tarragona IN

    Excellente work!!! For this kind of creativity is why I follow you. I love it.

    • 😀 that’s what we love to hear!

      • I have made $104,000 last year by doing an on-line job at home a­­n­­d I was able to do it by wor­king in my own time f­o­r few h on daily basis. I followed a money making model I came across online and I am so thrilled that i was able to make such great money. It’s very user friendly and I am just so happy that I found out about it. Here’s what I did…

      • I was paid $104000 in 2016 by freelancing from home a­n­d I did that by wor­king in my own time f­o­r several hours every day. I used a business opportunity I found on-line and I am so happy that i made such great money. It’s so beginner-friendly a­­n­­d I’m so happy that i found this. Here’s what I do…

  • Elizabeth Padilla

    I am whit my mouth open!! Fantastic photos & great Tintype!

  • I don’t know what to say, this left me speechless! So good!

  • Patrick Winfield

    Another amazing piece of art all around from Ann Street Studio.