Tintypes, invented in the 1850s, consist of a blackened metal plates coated with photographic emulsion that is exposed in the camera.
A tintype is a unique, permanent, single copy image on metal, involving no intermediate negative or digital file. There's nothing else in photography quite like it.
Be it a portrait, architectural image, wedding momento, record of your favourite motorcycle or whatever, I can craft for you your own unique tintype in my studio at Runnymede or at your location using my travelling darkroom. Contact me to discuss the possibilities.