So, I finally purchased some PX70 PUSH! film from The Impossible Project and loaded up the dusty old SX70. I got some really great results, and I got some not so great results.. but we won’t talk about the not so great ones. Before I purchase any more, I’m going to scout out a different model camera. It’s obvious that I’m not using an SLR. #wahwah
Enough talking, onwards to the Polaroids!
Gypsy Hair Deer, corners peeled back to create a cracked border. This shot was taken indoors, which I found to create the best images. If you are shooting outdoors, you should definitely make sure you shield your photo from UV light from the moment it’s ejected from your camera, up until it’s fully developed.
Human Anatomy – this shot was my very first PX70 shot, taken outdoors, and not shielded
Rattle-can lineup. Shot outdoors in the shade
And this, ladies and gentleman, is my very first successful peel. This was shot at the Elk and Bison prairie at Land Between the Lakes in Paris. I didn’t like it until I peeled it.
This is actually my face
Second peel, getting better…
Lovin’ Spoonful Cafe, near my work. They have delicious meatloaf sandwiches, and the entire place is covered in paint-by-number paintings.. each booth with a different theme. I personally like to sit in the religious booth.
Well, that’s it, until I buy more film. Adieu!