Rockland Tintype Parlor© is an authentic re-creation of the tintype process, a type of “instant” photography that was popular in your great-grandparent’s day. These are safe dry-plate tintypes, also known as ferrotypes, like those found in antique shops, not modern imitations. Plates are thin enough to be easily trimmed with scissors to fit any size. The kit has everything you need to make tintypes (or ambrotypes if coated on glass). Processing is the same as with paper. Just coat, expose, develop and fix for a beautiful permanent sepia-toned image on metal.
Tintypes can also be ordered in bulk quantities for economical use in old-time photo parlors.
The Tintype Parlor kit contains 8 4x5 satin black aluminum plates, Liquid Light emulsion, developer and fixer, with complete instructions for use.
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