With all the photography projects running, I had to postpone my most beloved project The Miracles of Polaroid, the most Instantly Loved one, if you wish [smile] On February 10, 2013, I started it with my “Magic Camera”: Polaroid Pronto! Sonar OneStep (1978).
As it’s been announced in the project’s pilot post Polaroid: A Miracle Of Modern Science Is Back!, I was going to share moments of my life captured in white frames of a little square film. And, soon enough, I had published The Miracles Of Polaroid: Girl With A Red Hat, the post with the first miracle frames, and explained the challenges Polaroid instant photography is facing these days.
This spring/summer I finished two packs of an old Polaroid film, I had been telling you about in a previous post. Today I am glad to share a few captured miracles of Two Blooming Trees, An Aspiring Young Photo Model Dee Dee, and Two Cars in the Old Car City USA. I still can’t believe these images have been produced by Polaroid film, expired almost six years ago (in May 2008).
Good news: I have purchased a new PX-70 Color film from The Impossible (see my previous posts for details) and started taking photos for this project again! Stay tuned, Miracles happen!
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