So The BCPF and I participated in the awesomeness that is Giles Clement and his tintype photography. Tintype if you’re not familiar is where (according to Wikipedia): is a photograph made by creating a direct positive on a thin sheet of iron coated with a dark lacquer or enamel and used as the support for the photographic emulsion. Basically, your picture is shot on an old style camera directly onto a piece of iron. I’ll leave the science for you to figure out if you’re so inclined. So, I was hoping to have a copy of it to post here, but they won’t be ready until Wednesday and we’ll be sent a digital scan from Giles in the next week or so. I promise, as soon as we get them in, I’ll post mine and, if she lets me, The BCPF’s. I will say they were both bad@$$!
“A photograph is a biography of a moment.” – Art Shay