Tuesday, August 31, 2010

EDMONTON, CANADA. (August 2010). Why Polaroid? Because in the digital age, instant analog is wrong in all of the right places :). While the good people of the Impossible Project perfect a brand new generation of instant film, I decided to pick up a used, 35-year old, folding(!) Polaroid SX-70 camera to help shoot the very last stocks of original Polaroid Time-Zero film. Permanent photo link here. Original photo properties: Polaroid SX-70 Land Camera Model 2 with fixed 116mm f8 glass lens, Polaroid TZ Artistic Giambarba (expired) film (ISO / ASA 100), handheld, manual focus, JPEG scanned from instant print.

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