- Darkroom processing and printing
- 19th Century processes: Photogenic Drawing, Cyanotype, VanDyke, Salted Paper Print, Calotype, Tintype, Ambrotype, Albumen-Camera (Analog & Digital)
- Scanning and image processing
Tintype Studio owner/archivist Paul Sergeant holds a Master of Photographic Preservation and Collections Management from Ryerson University and studied intensively at the George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film in Rochester, NY. He also studied at the Ontario College of Art & Design where he earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography. Sergeant is the Archive and Print Manager for world-renowned photographer Edward Burtynsky. He is also a professor of 19th Century Photographic Materials and Processes, and Historical Photography at Ryerson University, and past professor of Experimental Historical Photography, and Experimental Contemporary Photography at OCAD University. Clients include Canadian painter John Hartman, David Thompson's The Archive of Modern Conflict, The Hockey Hall of Fame, and numerous private clients. Sergeant co-founded The Tintype Studio, expanding on his fascination with history and early photographic processes. The Tintype Studio have been commissioned by Ryerson University, the Art Gallery of Ontario and various private clients.