David Jenkins produces his first Tintype image.

Mainline customer and Commercial photographer David Jenkins has just returned from a weekend course on the Tintype process run by Gold Street studios in Victoria. Below is his final image! Almost looks 3D. Learn more about this process here.

Tintype flower by David Jenkins ( Nomad Photography 2010)

So I think this is a good time to remind all of us not to get stuck in the same photographic rut. Try something different! Only still shooting film why not shoot some digital or vice versa. Even better try some Polaroid now that is available again. Or enroll in a Gold Street course and learn about some almost forgotten archaic photographic process.

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