This collection showcases tintype portraits that were all taken at the Sundance Film Festival by photographer Victoria Will. A tintype photograph is a direct positive on a thin sheet of iron, coated with a lacquer or enamel as the photographic emulsion. Tintypes originally were used during the 1860’s to 1870’s. Victoria Will is a contributing photographer for Invision and has covered the Sundance Film Festival for the last four years.

Victoria Will Photos, Tin Type Portraits