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The collection of images here came about through a fascination for hand-tinted photographs that were popular throughout the early 20th century. This selection was made on resin-coated paper in a darkroom via a negative. They were then thiocarbonate toned to give them a warm nutty base. Once dry they were then hand painted with permanent photo-dyes. Some were later gilded and stamped with tissue, others simply painted. This method of production contradicts the conventions of photographic production; each image is unique due to the hand process, indeed no two are the same.
Examples of this style of imagery can be seen at the Spencers Arms, Cawthorne