In our next post about dating your old family photographs, Colin Harding shows you how to identify a ferrotype, more commonly known as a tintype.
In this week’s post about dating your photographs, Colin Harding shows you how to identify a collodion positive, also known as an ambrotype, using just a few simple clues.
In a how-to video produced for the museum, photographer Simon Roberts takes us through the process of photographing with a 5×4 plate camera.
Learn the basics of how to care for glass negatives, colour transparencies, lantern slides and photographic prints.
Terry King gives an overview of gum bichromate printing, along with a step-by-step guide to the process.