Polaroid print cut apart and transferred onto wet watercolor paper.

Photographer:
llcooldawe
Uploaded:
2013-08-14
Tags:
lift polaroid prints
Camera:
Polaroid Po-Pac
Film:
Polaroid Type 669
City:
Vancouver
Country:
Canada
Albums:
Polaroid Lift Prints

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2 Comments

  1. herbert-4
    herbert-4 ·

    Wonderful photos, cool technique!

  2. llcooldawe
    llcooldawe ·

    @whatisphotography The proper name for the process I used is "Polaroid Transfer" as demonstrated in this video. www.youtube.com/watch?v=T3zTC-yXuuw - Except I use the print right out of the camera. This technique was also shown in the movie "Ghost World", which was my inspiration to give it a try.