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(Possibly) The World's Smallest Tintypes Taken Using the Fisheye Baby 110

That's right folks, you're reading it right! What could be the the teeniest tintype photographs in history were recently taken using the Fisheye Baby 110 camera. We know you want to know more, so go ahead and read on!

The awesome people over at Photobooth SF, a studio specializing in tintype and Polaroid portraits, recently took some tintype photos using an unlikely camera: Lomography’s very own Fisheye Baby 110! With the tintype being one of the earliest photographic processes known to man, we’re sure it was every bit challenging to do with a miniature camera.

Now, onto the tintypes!

Aren’t those the coolest photos ever taken using Lomography’s baby? Tell us what you think and leave a comment below!

written by plasticpopsicle

8 comments

  1. sixsixty

    sixsixty

    What a fantastic idea and use for that second back it comes with!

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  2. eskimofriend

    eskimofriend

    sooooo cool :)

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  3. gvelasco

    gvelasco

    Nice.

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  4. istionojr

    istionojr

    way nice little ones!

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  5. shea_w

    shea_w

    It's cool!! :)

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  6. kdstevens

    kdstevens

    One way to cut down the cost of silver nitrate!

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  7. yyyhorn

    yyyhorn

    love it!!

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  8. motionpicture

    motionpicture

    Brilliant, what a great idea and what fun.
    Gem tintypes taken in the 1860s through till the 1890s were about that size (from 3/4" up to 1'). (of course they were in focus).

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