… And sometimes you take 150 Polaroids, and there’s only one you care about.
Agfa Sensor 500, Kodak 200 (expired, 1995).
Here’s a rarity. I have photoshopped an image. I’m just getting this out there here and now, because I don’t like how I feel about it. In all honesty, the only thing I’ve done is diminish the green curve.
The film itself, expired nearly twenty years, has a lovely tendency toward violet. In low-light settings, green is also pervasive.
I rather like this, though. Makes me want to consider shooting a series with lomographicsociety's Lomochrome Purple.
So, would you like a small, medium, or large death?
A while ago I bought a random lot of old cameras for a few bucks on ebay… a GREAT old Canon Canonet rangefinder, a Mamiya 500 DTL, a few other solid shooters… but the one I fell in love with? A crappy yet surprisingly versatile Kalimar point-and-shoot focus-free with a zoom lens. Why does this happen?
Such is the life.
Okay, I’ve just got this #letterpress block… Now… What do I make with it?
It has begun. (Scored for pocket change because some nutter permanently modified the back with a #Polaroid pack film back.)
So rarely do I get in front of the camera…
Let Me Run’s junk getting us through tour.
Mobile gallery, or how to dry your #polaroid pictures on the road.
Found at Fond Object Records in Nashville. It’s like he’s always there. Miss you, Pop.
Praise be to @wafflehouse!!!
Francie Moon and a stack of Polaroids.