18.12.11

London in Dream Shades


My Polaroid Supercolor and I are companions inseparable at the moment. People often ask about the availability of type 600 film. YES, buying age old Polaroid type 600 film will bite into your wallet with no mercy BUT The Impossible Project are doing a fine job of creating some impressive film that allows for the capturing of some wonderful images.


Here are some photographs taken recently in London using the Impossible Project Colour Shade PX 680 film:







I think that it is fair to say that this film has some "behavioural issues", this may irritate some but I happen to think that this only adds to the charm and wonderment of the end result. The quirks seem to depend on the weather, light, temperature amongst other considerations.

I am very pleased with this little set of pictures and hope to share more with you soon.

9 comments:

  1. It's almost as if there's a little surprise in detail every time when snapping a shot. Love it. ^^

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  2. The quality is a bit iffy but the actual photography is great :D

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  3. i love these photos! i like how its not predictable.

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  4. You make such magic photos, ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
    Thank you a lot for your visit and commment
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  5. I have always loved the quirkiness of Polaroid. Interesting info re Mr Murakami. Please let me know when you find out. Xxxx

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  6. I will! Will get Hiro on the case...

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  7. I love that they have behaviour issues! It's more fun when they are unpredictable! It's like the film is throwing a wobbly and adds character to the photos! Love love love them!

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  8. this sounds utterly interesting. looking forward to seeing more of your polas :)

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