There's another app on the market that will help take your mobile photography back in time — way back.
Tintype mimics the photographic process of the 1850s, giving the appearance of a very narrow depth of field and heavy textures.
It seems we're seeing a trend toward this new old-school look. We also just told you about Koloid, an app inspired by 19th century wet plate collodion photography. But Hipstamatic did it first with their Tintype SnapPak released in December.
Tintype is free with a $0.99 upgrade option. Learn more about the wet plate collodian tintype process in the video below.
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