More Tintype Animations

It’s been several months since I’ve published any new tintype animations here at Griffonage-Dot-Com, but I’ve continued to create them from time to time, and I think I’ve finally accumulated enough to warrant another blog post.  I don’t have any novel technical breakthroughs to share this time around—all the methods I used have already been…

“Twin” Tintypes as 3D Animated GIFs

If you spend much time around old photographs, you’ve probably run into sets of “twin” tintypes that look identical at first glance.  Unlike photographic prints made from negatives, however, every tintype is technically unique.  “Twin” tintypes are thus never exact duplicates of one another; instead, they were taken simultaneously from slightly different perspectives with a…