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Impossible film doesn't like the cold

Impossible film doesn't like the cold

I really need to remember to put the Polaroids underneath my coat next time. I made a diptych but I can't claim to be that satisfied. I do like the blues and pinks, though.

laurasulilly This photo was shot on film. Taken by laurasulilly with a Polaroid SX-70 loaded with PX Color Shade film in Berlin, Germany. These tags describe this photo: polaroid, diptych, and transfer. This photo can also be found in the album Some more far-from-perfect Polaroids..

3 comments

  1. kdstevens

    kdstevens

    Personally, I think you should be very happy with your results. TZ Artistic was never meant for emulsion lifts and the IP Color Shade is good for lifts but the film itself has a lot of problems. BTW, I tried lifting the IP Silver Shade (First Flush) and had most of the same problems you reported with the TZ Artistic. One of my favorite photographs peeled off of the paper and crumbled into dust.

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  2. laurasulilly

    laurasulilly

    @kdstevens: Thanks so much! I guess you're right, I'm often too much of a perfectionist to see the good sides of the things I do. It's really a pity that your shot crumbled, did you manage to scan beforehand? Your spray adhesive suggestion seems to have saved one of the TZ Artsistic lifts (the flower in this album), and I really do hope it'll stay and won't crumble like yours and the other one I spoke of the other day...

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  3. yokekei

    yokekei

    wow~ very nice

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