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15-01-2006
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I also really like these portraits by Mike Brodie (plrds.com)




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Haven't visited this thread in a while and there's so many nice new pics !! Well, being the chicken that I am, I didn't end up borrowing the camera from work . Uh well, it shall be mine soon . I made a mistake, it's actually a Polaroid Mini Portrait camera used to take passport photos ..... Should be interesting to use. I'm yet to ask about how the various colours are created but I'm pretty sure it's due to the age of the paper or the lighting at the time the photo was captured. Anyways, here are a few of my personal favourites . Enjoy !!

Dale Roberts

Image Name: White Nude
Film Type: 667 Film
Process/Technique: Instant Peel Apart (Un-Manipulated)
Camera: Polaroid 195
Other Notes: Scanned and cropped; slight adjustment of brightness in PhotoShop


Image Name: Nude in Chair
Film Type: 667 film
Process/Technique: Instant Peel-Apart (Un-Manipulated)
Camera: Polaroid 195


Image Name: Plant Study
Film Type: Time Zero (SX-70) Film
Process/Technique: Instant Integral
Camera: SX-70 Camera

Source: www.polaroid.com

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Polaroids are so cool.
This has inspired me to go out and buy a polaroid camera and take random snapshots.

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Some more . Cosette, I think you're gonna like these ones .

Rob Gardiner

Image Name: City, London
Film Type: 55 Film
Process/Technique: Positive/Negative
Camera: Pinhole Camera


Image Name: Ireland Yard, London
Film Type: 55 Film
Process/Technique: Positive/Negative
Camera: Pinhole Camera


Image Name: London Eye, London
Film Type: 55 Film
Process/Technique: Positive/Negative
Camera: Pinhole Camera



Image Name: Arc de Triomphe, Paris
Film Type: 55 Film
Process/Technique: Positive/Negative
Camera: Pinhole Camera


Image Name: Tunnel, London
Film Type: 55 Film
Process/Technique: Positive/Negative
Camera: Pinhole Camera



Image Name: Seine, Paris
Film Type: 55 Film
Process/Technique: Positive/Negative
Camera: Pinhole Camera


Image Name: Monument, London
Film Type: 55 Film
Process/Technique: Positive/Negative
Camera: Pinhole Camera

Source: www.polaroid.com

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A few more faves.....

Pino Valgimigli

Image Name: La Chimera
Film Type: Image (Spectra) Film
Process/Technique: Instant Integral
Camera: Polaroid 1200si Camera
Other notes: Polapressure/hand-manipulation on reverse side, peeled and sandwich with poetry La Chimera


Image Name: Genesis
Film Type: Image (Spectra) Film
Process/Technique: Instant Integral
Camera: Polaroid 1200si Camera
Other notes: Polapressure/hand-manipulation



Image Name: My Old Pine
Film Type: Image (Spectra) Film
Process/Technique: Instant Integral
Camera: Polaroid 1200si Camera
Other notes: Polapressure/hand-manipulation


Image Name: Ilasandblue
Film Type: Image (Spectra) Film
Process/Technique: Instant Integral
Camera: Polaroid 1200si Camera
Other notes: Cyanotype on sand, then photo by close-up stand and polamosaic

Source: www.polaroid.com

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aquarius, You know me well! I love them! Thanks for posting.

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Oh my!
saribrett thank you for finding those. How exquisite! I especially love the last three.

I've made a Polaroid folder on my PC now for all these.

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saribrett, those are gorgeous!! I really like the last two..... .

Cosette, I'm glad you liked them !!

Here are some more . This photographer is pretty amazing. The camera they used is a pinhole camera with a polaroid adapter that they'd built themself - pretty cool . Maybe I should try and make one.....

Rif Spahni

Image Name: TTH ATHENS#2
Film Type: 665 Film
Process/Technique: Instant Peel-Apart (Un-Manipulated)
Camera: Homemade Pinhole Camera w/ Polaroid Back
Other Notes: Film normally processed, scanned and toned with Photoshop


Image Name: TTH BARDENAS REALES#03
Film Type: 665 Film
Process/Technique: Instant Peel-Apart (Un-Manipulated)
Camera: Homemade Pinhole Camera w/ Polaroid Back
Other Notes: Film normally processed, scanned and toned with Photoshop


Image Name: TTH GYZA#01
Film Type: 665 Film
Process/Technique: Instant Peel-Apart (Un-Manipulated)
Camera: Homemade Pinhole Camera w/ Polaroid Back
Other Notes: Film normally processed, scanned and toned with Photoshop


Image Name: TTH GIZA#03
Film Type: 665 Film
Process/Technique: Instant Peel-Apart (Un-Manipulated)
Camera: Homemade Pinhole Camera w/ Polaroid Back
Other Notes: Film normally processed, scanned and toned with Photoshop


Image Name: TTH NEW YORK#02
Film Type: 665 Film
Process/Technique: Instant Peel-Apart (Un-Manipulated)
Camera: Homemade Pinhole Camera w/ Polaroid Back
Other Notes: Film normally processed, scanned and toned with Photoshop

Source: www.polaroid.com

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I love all the ones posted here- #35

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thanks saribrett ! i like the last 2 myself - i'm a sucker for cobblestoned city streets or in this case, canals

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shopping101, you are most welcome !! I especially like the one called 'Seine, Paris'.....

Two others that I like .

Maciej Pachowicz

Image Name: Dead Calm
Film Type: 780 Turbo Instant Film
Process/Technique: Instant Integral
Camera: Polaroid 600 Camera


Image Name: Penguines
Film Type: 780 Turbo Instant Film
Process/Technique: Instant Integral
Camera: Polaroid 600 Camera

Source: www.polaroid.com

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i'm glad you guys like them! and aquarius, i love the one with the horses.

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shopping101, you are most welcome !! I especially like the one called 'Seine, Paris'.....
I really like City, London. I think it captures the essence of the streets so nicely.

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