Family Photography Tintype Portraits
June 4 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm$40.00
Get ready to strike your best pose! You and your family are invited to the Fairfield Museum on June 4th from 10am-2pm to see our new photography exhibits and have a tintype portrait taken by award-winning artist, Greg Shea. Tintype is a style of photography that was very popular during the Civil War. This method of photography is best known for producing black and white images that have amazing details.
Greg Shea is also a craftsman with diverse creative interests including drawing and painting, digital and wet-plate collodion photography, portraiture, illustration, printmaking, and much more.
Pricing is $40 for a 4×5 photograph and $80 for an 8×10. Registration is required, see tickets below.
If you would like to have an 8×10 please purchase two tickets for the price of $80, if you would like to have a 4×5 please purchase one ticket for the price of $40.
Please sign up for a specific time slot as these portraits take about 15 minutes each to complete. Plan to arrive a few minutes early. If you have any questions please contact Charlie McMahon at firstname.lastname@example.org
Also on June 4th, join us for our Family Photography Workshop. You and your family will have a chance to experiment with photography, collage, and learn about different photographic techniques.