8 x 10 Original Impossible Project / resurrected Polaroid one of a kind images, photographed with the 8 x 10 view camera. The film comes in both black and white and color, and my favorite of the two changes almost daily. You need an original polaroid processor and special film holder for the process. I have always had a love for Polaroid and Edwin Land. My first experience with the process was the emulsion transfer in photo class at UCI and I was hooked.
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Recent Posts from the blog: Nicole Caldwell
“Don’t you want to be in the family photos” “No thanks, I’m good right here.” #missindependent
me: “How’s Your Ankle?” “Broken, Sprained?!”
Bride: “Oh Yes, i found out today I broke my foot on the dance floor at the reception. Confirmed with X Rays”
me: “You are my hero.”
Bride ” Sacrifices must be made to get the shot!”
They showed up at 6:30 am the next morning, broken foot and all. Matt carried her piggyback down to the beach, and around the beach, then back up the stairs, to their hotel #marriedlife.
From the Designer Libby Martin “The cake and the moon were designed especially for this Shoot. Some of the items are actual pieces from the 20’s and 30’s. The theme is a 1930’s Classic Hollywood Nightclub. It took place in a 100 year old theater and the shoot was designed around the theater’s details. The couple is actually married and were very excited to have a type of second wedding.” Dragonfly Events OC Coordinator/Planner Libby Martin Paper Moon Shoppe […]