1. maria_vlachou
    maria_vlachou ·

    love it!

  2. adash
    adash ·

    Cool. Feels very vintage. What media is that?

  3. gauthierdumonde
    gauthierdumonde ·

    @adash it is the negative from the polaroid type 100 sepia film. I always keep the negatives, some get dirty, some destroyed etc. This is a scanned negative and inverted. The positive is here www.lomography.com/photos/18001476

  4. adash
    adash ·

    Type 100? Like the one that you pull by hand and peel apart? Isn't it 7x10cm, and not square?

  5. awkwardmongoose
    awkwardmongoose ·


  6. jahwil
    jahwil ·


  7. buckshot
    buckshot ·

    Very cool.

  8. gauthierdumonde
    gauthierdumonde ·

    @adash yes that is 7x10 but if you use a polaroid back for hasselblad, or Holga, the size is reduced to the frame of the 6x6 camera. Basically I am using only half of the film. You get a big black picture with a 6x6 photo on it.

  9. adash
    adash ·

    Oh, I see, I didn't know that there were backs for this particular film format....

  10. gauthierdumonde
    gauthierdumonde ·

    @adash yes, the official Polaroid back for Holga (yes this exists) takes Type 80 film. I have that back too, but can't find any film. Just google Holgaroid :)

  11. adash
    adash ·

    Cool. I can only dream of extending the soft dreamy image of Holga to that size. I like the Instax back for my Diana, but the size is really small.....

  12. gauthierdumonde
    gauthierdumonde ·

    @adash and with instax you can't use the negative as it is not peel apart. Just bought E-6 and C-41 chems :)

  13. adash
    adash ·

    LOL, I know, I've never tried to cut and slice that Instax, maybe I should :-D
    Congrats for the chemistry, I never did E-6, but C-41 is a lot of fun! It can develop RA-6 paper as well, so there's a lot to try and experiment :-D
    Wear eye protection at least.

  14. gauthierdumonde
    gauthierdumonde ·

    @adash I did cut and slice Instax film. NO Good.

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