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Bring back the classics

As a film lover, I’m interested in trying all film at least once. but often, it is not so easy to come by. Having recently purchased a polaroid 600 series camera there is now only one company producing this film, the impossible project, http://www.the-impossible-project.com/

I ask why not extend your range to include this polaroid 680 film and enhance the analog lifestyle, the more the merrier they say, right?

written by -zoe

4 comments

  1. dollymixture

    dollymixture

    I agree. And the expired Polaroid 600 film that is about online isn't always great, I've had a whole 10 polaroids that came out completely brown once :(

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  2. -zoe

    -zoe

    Oh that's devastating! But yes, lots sell expired polaroid which i think caries more risk of not working than with other 'normal' expired film like 35mm.
    Have you looked at the impossible project? if not, you definitely should!

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  3. dollymixture

    dollymixture

    @-zoe I've never tried impossible project, but I probably will one day (I'm pretty hopeless at taking good polaroid shots anyway, ha ha)

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  4. -zoe

    -zoe

    their website is pretty cool i only recently stumbled on it :)
    oh haha, you have to learn from somewhere! plus, thats what makes it more interesting, learning, good luck!

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