Maker Faire Bay Area 2014

Tintype Photography from 1851

Tintype Photography from 1851. The first inexpensive art form to capture an image, was the ''Tintype'' photograph. The average person could afford to have their photograph taken ( $.25 - $1.00) and mailed to a loved one.

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About the Maker

Bruce Morton

Bruce Morton has had an interest in antique photography over the last twenty years. He has studied at the George Eastman House under Mark Osterman and France Scully Osterman.