Posts tagged “Polaroid

Mount Zion Primitive Baptist Church at Night – Polaroid Print

Farm Country – Polaroid

When the Fog began to Clear – Polaroid

Car and Driver – Polaroid

Remnants – Polaroid

Fish Market – Polaroid

Long Corridor – Polaroid

Architectural Study – Polaroid

Timeless Style – Polaroid

Urban Solitude – Polaroid

Lonely Street

Another Polaroid print from the 1963 Model 100.

Are You Afraid of Ghosts?

This is a Polaroid print that I made the other day with a vintage 1963 model 100 Land Camera

Buster, the Bait Shop Cat

Photographed in digital color and also with vintage Polaroid black and white film.

Old is New Again

I put my ancient Polaroid SX-70 back into service this week with a pack of black and white film. I have been feeling the urge to get creative with some of my old gear and this is where I started. The shutter on the camera lags right now from lack of use and tends to overexpose the images. Additionally the internal mirror has years of dust accumulated on it and I deliberately did not clean it. The combination of the dirty mirror and the inaccurate shutter makes for some very unique images. They come straight out of the camera with a beautiful vintage look that otherwise would take a lot of work to create using a digital camera and software. Here are the very first usable images that I’ve produced with it since pulling it off the shelf along with a look at the camera, a work of art in its own right.