Here a are a few wedding portrait tintypes of Julie and Dargon.
All are 8x10.
A view from the ground glass, something to always be savored ,via the iphone.
Bonnie ,Victor and yours truly where shooting out at our local Art Museum,which happens to be on a Civil War Battlefield, (check mate happened here, Ken Burns missed this point, but Shelby Foote did not)-anyhow our local Confederates let us shoot in the their camp. If ever in Wilmington please visit the Cameron Museum of Art. All 5x7 in size.
And last but not least, Vanessa in the studio, 8x10 tintype on black Japanned tin, shot on a 100+ year old camera in a process that is 161 years old. Matt Morris stopped in to film this for and created a new work called "American Tintype". More at mattmorrisfilms.com . check it- MIND BLOWING!
Photograph or lets say jpg by Matt of me, that day.
Harry Fly Taylor is an artist who works in photography.Based in Wilmington NC,and
prefers old processes,old cameras and is always searching for and creating the mysteries
only found in a good photograph.
See more of his work at