Tintype was one of the first instant forms of photography that allowed images to be developed quickly and inexpensively. The process was popular at fairs around the time of the Civil War, so it preceded the modern-day Instagram by over 150 years. Harry Taylor, who learned tintype as a way to keep his mind distracted during a family tragedy, says, The perfection that you get with digital is so easy, you cant help but take it for granted. So he decided to go old school.
- Matt Morris