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Polaroid, the instant picture long before digital...

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Nikon F | Nikkor-N 35mm f1.4 | Expired Kodak Gold 200
 
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Instax Wide 300
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RF-105 "Thunderchief"
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Krampus!!
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Polaroid Originals 600 Special Edition film...


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Note: I'll only post in this thread from now on to cut down on the number of related instant photo threads...
I'm not sure if there is such a thing as too many Polaroid threads ...

Here are a few oldies of mine:

1980 Selfie
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2007 Selfie (NSBL - not safe before lunch)
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Old Man Cactus in the Rain - a scan from a Type 55 negative
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Ok then:

Door to my Darkroom
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Tressle Bridge over the Flooding Salt River, 1980:
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Does Escher Live Here?
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The old peel film?
Yes,: 667, 665 and 55. I can't find the negative for the third one. Polaroid type 55 is the best large format film ever, it makes a regular polaroid print and a high resolution negative. All 3 pictures were taken with a Crown Graphic, 545 back, and a Kodak 135mm f/4.7 Ektar lens. I inadvertently got the sepia color of the third one by not coating it with the stinky wiper thing for several years.

ps, the title references this picture.
 
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Yes,: 667, 665 and 55. I can't find the negative for the third one. Polaroid type 55 is the best large format film ever, it makes a regular polaroid print and a high resolution negative. All 3 pictures were taken with a Crown Graphic, 545 back, and a Kodak 135mm f/4.7 Ektar lens. I inadvertently got the sepia color of the third one by not coating it with the stinky wiper thing for several years.

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Chris, have you seen this? :)
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1755997589/one-instant-analog-packfilm-re-invented/posts/2653432
 
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Polaroid 636 Close-Up (Got rid of the camera though...)

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Drink Coca-Cola
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iType Film


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