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“An essential aspect of creativity is not being afraid to fail.”
– Edwin Land
Snapjet wants to turn your phone into a Polaroid camera.
The Snapjet is a photo printer that uses instant film to print images in the same vein as Impossible’s Instant Lab and Fuji’s Instax Printer. The video suggests that the unit will use Instax Mini film which would be cool because Instax Mini is relatively easy to find.
The video is basically an advertisement for their upcoming kickstarter which is kind of a drag but I don’t blame them for wanting to get in on the $$$ that was raised for the Lomo’Instant.
DEADLINE September 3rd, 2014 Midnight EST http://www.darkroomgallery.com/ex61 The self-portrait has been a popular form of expression ever since we first saw our own reflection.
This is a call for SELFIES!!!
What can’t you slap an instax back onto? The new LC-A+ Instant Camera makes it possible and easy. Enjoy shooting spontaneous moments and seeing the photos develop right in the palm of your hand, wit
It was Polaroid’s last gasp before its bankruptcy. In 1999, Polaroid introduced an integral film camera that gave you a tiny photo almost the same si…
So this is an instructable to put APS film in your Polaroid i-Zone which is pretty funny because both formats are dead. You can find old I-Zone film on ebay but the results are pretty awful and so this might be a good option if you really do love that I-Zone camera.
polaroid spectra / grid film, expired 2005
After purchasing a Polaroid automatic 250 and with the discontinuation of Fuji FP3000b I thought what better time to creative community celebrating photographic work using Peel Apart Film, Land Camera