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A view from Lake Union with instant film

speed boat on Lake Union in Seattle

Bridge rising from below in Seattle

Bridge rising in the distance

Bridge starting to rise

It was a sunny summer day and we were out with friends on Lake Union putzing around in an electric boat to celebrate a birthday. 66 more words


Black and white polaroids at the Ballard Locks

These shots are a few from a cartridge of Impossible film’s black and white hard color edition film. I really like the contrast of the black and white images with the solid color borders. 119 more words


Instant photography at Magnuson Park, Seattle

This abandoned looking shack

The back of the bus on the way home

A small section of coastline

This building made me think of The Shining… 174 more words


These black and white polaroids are soo pictures I took last year...

I really like my Polaroid cameras and I’m really glad that Impossible continues to make awesome films for them. It is always fun to see the results of instant film, even when it doesn’t work out as I hoped. 161 more words


A day at Madison beach - instant film photography

A couple of years ago we spent a summer afternoon at Madison beach. It was really nice to sit near the water and put my feet in on such a hot day. 78 more words


Does Impossible Project Instant Film Need Light Shielding?

As I have stated in previous articles, all Impossible Project instant films need to be shielded from light during processing/ development. This is especially important for the first few minutes, but the longer you can keep the print out of the light while it develops, the better. 130 more words

Analog Film Technology


My first concentrated venture into the Polaroid medium using Impossible Colour and B&W 2.0 in a borrowed SX-70. There are so many variables that affect each image, even with the focus and “exposure” dials there is never complete control, which really is what makes the process exciting. 59 more words

Thomas M A Morgan