Shallowford Bridge
(ttv photograph)

$25.00$50.00

This is a TTV photograph of the historic Shallowford iron bridge in Blue Ridge, GA (built in 1918). It was shot with a digital SLR camera looking through the viewfinder of a vintage Argus twin lens reflex camera and post-processed in Photoshop. I think the daguerreotype effect on this image makes it appear to have been created back when the bridge was erected in 1918.

Signed and numbered limited edition archival prints are available directly from me here in 2 sizes:

4.75″x4.75″ matted (8″x8″ mat) – $25 (Ed of 250)
8″x8″ matted (12″x12″ mat) – $50 (Ed of 250)

Please allow 5 days for production, plus shipping.

Other options available, please contact me to discuss.

Clear
ttv photos description

8"x8" mats have a centered window size 4.75"x4.75" and the actual image is 3.75"x3.75" centered with a white border leaving room for artist signature and numbering.

12"x12" mats have a centered window size 7.5"x7.5" and the actual image is 6.75"x6.75" centered with a white border leaving room for artist signature and numbering.

Limited edition, museum quality, signed and numbered giclee prints produced with EPSON Archival™ Inks and Epson Archival Matte Paper. Mats are Tru-White™ core (acid-neutral/acid-free mat) with a very clean, bright white core. The core is the center, thickest part of the mat which shows in the 45 degree bevel of the mat window.

Additional information

Dimensions 4 × 4 in

About TTV Photography

Through the Viewfinder (TTV) is a photographic technique in which a photo is shot with one camera through the viewfinder of a second camera. I use a digital Canon SLR and shoot through the viewfinder of a vintage Argus twin-lens reflex (TLR) camera. I use a cardboard tube to connect the two cameras and eliminate stray light and reflections.

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