Photoville

Jun 42022

1:00 pm
Tintype Studio

Penumbra Foundation / Geoffrey Berliner

Photo Credit: Penumbra Foundation / Geoffrey Berliner

Stop by Penumbra Foundation’s Tintype Booth to have your portrait taken and learn more about the historic 19th century photo process!

Location: Harbor View Lawn – Pier 1

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Presented by:

  • Penumbra Foundation

The Penumbra Tintype Studio is a wet plate collodion portrait studio specializing in one of the earliest forms of photography. Considered by many to be the Polaroid of the 19th century, the tintype is made almost instantaneously through a process that uses hand-poured chemicals on an enameled sheet of metal.

Feel free to ask us about exhibitions, lectures, artist residencies, and upcoming classes. June features our Photogram programming with lectures and demonstrations by noted artists working with the art form.

In-person workshops and online classes include historical methods such as tintype, cyanotype, daguerreotype, risography, photobooks, and critiques on contemporary photo practices.

Penumbra’s Highlight Studios features New York City’s ONLY authentic north-light commercial photo studio.

Organizations

  • Penumbra Foundation

    Penumbra Foundation

    Penumbra Foundation is a non profit organization that brings together the Art and Science of Photography through education, research, outreach, public and residency programs. Our goal is to provide an expansive view of the contemporary photographic medium and the advance of historic photographic processes to photographers and artists at any level.

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