Roid

Using the Impossible Project film is a hell lot different from the old school Polaroid. It's more sensitive to light, it takes more time to develop. The colors aren't exact but they are getting better. Using the right camera and right lighting situation makes a good Polaroid

Photographer:
street_smile
Uploaded:
2011-10-31
Tags:
close film polaroid sx-70 up
Camera:
Polaroid SX-70
Film:
PX70 Color Shade PUSH!
City:
perth
Country:
Australia
Albums:
Impossible Project Fun

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One Comment

  1. rik041
    rik041 ·

    sensitive and wonderful....a very nice girl