23.11.11

Fore♡er Polaroid


My stack of Polaroid photos keeps growing. As they grow, I love them ever more.



Here is a stack of Polaroids from our trip to Berlin that I have scanned in your viewing pleasure:



Tacheles



Altes Museum



Berlin Wall




Berliner Dom

In this digital age, the magic of Polaroid images is ever more charming to my soul. These photos were taken with a Polaroid 1200 camera and film.

Thank you for allowing me to share them with you.

10 comments:

  1. Really neat! Does scanning harm polaroids at all?

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  2. Such lovely photos! I wished I owned a Polaroid camera!

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  3. Thank YOU for sharing these. Polaroids definitely give that "instant" memory feeling. We are living in the digital age, but it's nice having the option of snapping a picture and having it physically at hand. Brings back those old memories all over agin. :]

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  4. Thank YOU for sharing these. Polaroids definitely give that "instant" memory feeling. We are living in the digital age, but it's nice having the option of snapping a picture and having it physically at hand. Brings back those old memories all over agin. :]

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  5. this is pure stuff, shooting from the hip at its finest. i've not seen a pile like this since i was much younger. impressive

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  6. I <3 Polaroids. Yours are beautiful. Where do you purchase your film?

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  7. @ Sarah

    It doesn't harm them as far as I can see. I did try leave one photo in my hand luggage once and the X-Ray scanners at the airport obliterated it!

    @Yreana

    I bought the film for this on ebay. 1200 film is still quite cheap if you look in the right place.

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  8. I love these...the charm of polaroids will never be lost.

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  9. Lovely! Where do you find your film? They haven't been sold in stores for years over here.

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  10. @Rubiiee

    eBay. Type 1200 film is still reasonable.

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