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Hiking in the South English countryside

laurasulilly This photo was shot on film. Taken by laurasulilly with a Polaroid SX-70 loaded with Impossible Project PX70 film in London, United Kingdom. These tags describe this photo: spring, polaroid, impossible, and project. This photo can also be found in the album Polaroids and their Transfers.


  1. pomps


    wow! love this one!

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  2. stratski



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  4. appelmoes


    Nice colors!

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  6. fabc68


    @ laurasulilly: Beautiful pics, all of them. Why do your polaroids look like a pre-Raphaelite painting, while mine look like something that was forgotten on a car's seat for 3 years? :-(

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  7. laurasulilly


    @fabc68: Thanks so much for your lovely comment (and likes of course). Honestly, I have no idea why, I just have a very analytical way of working (although I like to produce kind of cheesy, playful pictures) and my first couple of pics really weren't that good. Then, I gave my process a lot of thought and research, resulting in only a couple of Polaroid shots every week when I am very sure all conditions (particularly light!) are perfect- it worked :)

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  8. lighthouseblues


    This is truly amazing!
    I have a Polaroid SX 70 also, but we do not get along at all..... :-((
    When I read your story to this pict, I feel kind of hopeful though, so I guess I just have to give it a real try again.. But when I have taken one pict, I have to wait for almost one day to evaluate the result properly, and I guess my patience just is not enough....
    Do you have any advices to me about this, cause I really love the SX70 and the Impossible PX70.

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