the impossible project folks
were kind enough to send me a few packs of film to test a few months ago and I'm telling you, I wanted to cry happy tears of joy when the camera spit the first PX600 UV+
shot out. gorgeous gorgeous tones and a major improvement in stability. I mean it, I AM IN LOVE.
hey impossible project folks
-- thanks so much for all your hard work. you do us instant film loving peoples proud.
(PX70 color shade
test shots coming soon, yay)
Absolutely Stunning! I definitely need to make my way up to the shop in Manhattan. Seriously, these photos made my day. So magical... Happy Monday lady! Much love!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous! It's time for me to order another batch of film from The Impossible Project.ReplyDelete
I am in love, too... with these dreamy photos.ReplyDelete
What did you do to avoid light on ejection? It was a major problem for me when I recently used some TIP film :-)ReplyDelete
I've been trying to work with the sx-70 impossible film and it's been giving me some issues. if the picture comes out at all I am in luck so i don't know if it's something I am doing or my camera or what. I've seen samples of people that made the color really work, I want to know the trick!!!ReplyDelete
any suggestions would be oh so helpful. I have the sx-70 with rainbow stripes and the folding sx-70
love these!! can't wait to try out the film!ReplyDelete
these are so lovely! can't wait to try the film! :)ReplyDelete
Ooh, Pam stated it well - "Haunting"!ReplyDelete
So breathtaking that they make me sigh. Something about them quickly reminds me of Sally Mann - especially the photo of Ava and her friend. You really truly have a great eye.
Gorgeous gorgeous photos! I haven't tried the 600+ yet, but it's next on my list! especially after seeing these.ReplyDelete
BEAUTIFUL! I TRIED THE PREVIOUS VERSION OF PX100 AND IT WAS A PAIN SINCE IT WAS EXTREMELY TEMPERATURE SENSITIVE, SO THIS IS GREAT NEWS! GORGEOUS PICTURES ANDREA!ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos! Just amazing...ReplyDelete
Oh my, these are gorgeous.ReplyDelete
these are so beautiful! is the film compatible with the new fugifilm instant cameras? i am so in love- i will check out the impossible project asap!ReplyDelete
Just stumbled to blog from sfgirlbybay - love your polaroids.ReplyDelete
Have you or any of your readers ever disassembled your PX? The mirror detached (not broke, just detached) from mine and my camera repair man wants as much as I paid for the camera to fix it. Seems like all it needs is new glue, the trouble is just getting in there!
I have film from IP waiting to be used and an "ill" camera. Driving me mad.
oh my, oh my. these are so incredibly pretty.ReplyDelete
i am in envy. and i can see why you are in love :)ReplyDelete