The Hasselblad, what a beautiful camera! Below is my Hasselblad and Zeiss lens, a powerful analog machine of fine metal, glass and craftsmanship.
Modifying a polaroid back to create tintypes is a very simple process. You simply need to glue a few strips of plastic into your polaroid holder to hold your metal plate. I used a little too much gorilla glue on the polaroid back below, but it functions and that is the important piece!
Paired with the Hasselblad and Polaroid back above, I am able to create some very unique miniature tintype portraits. Here I am speaking to a collector's group for MOPA San Diego about the tintype process and using unconventional techniques to modify cameras and create tintypes.