10 November 2010

Impossible Project PX70 First Flush

This was the first test of the polaroid camera I recently bought, and some film that I have never tried before. Like a real man would, I shot some flowers... (click the images for a larger view)

The camera is a Polaroid SX70 Sonar, and the film is from the Impossible Project (www.the-impossible-project.com). The Impossible Project is the only company that is still making film for old Polaroid cameras, and it's still in its early stages. This pack was Impossible's PX70 Color Shade First Flush (yes, that's color right there).

It's been quite interesting to experiment with, as the film is a bit finicky still and quite sensitive to light and temperature. I should be shooting more with this camera very soon, but I am looking into picking up the new PX70 PUSH! which appears to provide more vibrant colors, and perhaps some Silver Shade, which is their black and white film.

And of course, a local plug, the film is from my friends over at Aperture in Tremont (www.aperturetremont.com)

One more Image for the road.

Photograph Info:
Location: Cleveland Ohio, Studio
Camera: Polaroid SX-70 Sonar
Lens: Fixed
Film: Impossible Project PX70 Color Shade

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