Craig Barber’s portraits show us the people who live and work on the land in upstate New York; they are small-scale farmers and craftspeople he knows and has often worked with side-by-side. The long exposure of the tintype process - it takes the time of two or three heartbeats - grants the work a special calm and a dignified timeless permanence that differs significantly from most photographs we see today.
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