What do you do as a portrait photographer when you need to reignite your creative spark? One thing you can do is switch tools. When asked to shoot the stars at the Sundance Film Festival for the fifth year in a row, celebrity photographer Victoria Will did just that.

She put down her DSLR and picked up an old Graflex Super D camera, and she replaced the TIFFs and JPGs with beautiful, aluminum tintypes.

Last but not least, she added Profoto Pro-8 flashes and Light Shaping Tools to the equation, thereby bringing the century-old tintype technique into the 21st century.

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by Victoria Will




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