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Hambone Lewinski 10:11pm, 8 February 2008
biz.yahoo.com/ap/080208/polaroid_film.html?.v=1

I was just thinking that in the next few weeks I might invest in a few packs of 667 peel apart. A shame.

Jason
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N. Lindstrom Photo 10 years ago
Bummer, bye bye Holgaroid.....
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K. Praslowicz 10 years ago
Holgaroid

Oh my. What an unappealing sounding word.
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N. Lindstrom Photo 10 years ago
Heh. Indeed.
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Hambone Lewinski 10 years ago
"Holgaroid"

I believe there is a salve for that.

Jason
NorthernMinnesotaPhoto 10 years ago
I guess I have to forget my SX-70 manipulations from now on... and also my polaroid transfers.... I still have polaroid film for my 645 film backs and my 4x5.
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anyone here ever boil an exposed polaroid, lifted the emulsion and set it on textured paper? It gives a real cool feel to the image.
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waphoto 10 years ago
poloroid transfers are fun!
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HBRstudios 10 years ago
I have always wanted to do polaroid transfers with my students, but never really had a good group to do it with -- plus doing it for my own work as well.
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Hambone Lewinski Posted 10 years ago. Edited by Hambone Lewinski (admin) 10 years ago
On the bright side, for the moment Fuji still makes pack film. Who knows how long this will last, though, with Polaroid stopping the manufacture of pack film cameras a few years ago.

The real bummer is, unlike normal film, Polaroid (due to the developing chemicals in the "pouch") has a pretty short shelf life. So once it's gone, it's gone.

Jason
NorthernMinnesotaPhoto 10 years ago
More Polaroid Fun...Take an instant photo sx-70 type with the gel pack on the bottom. Place in a Microwave set the timer for 30 seconds and push play...really cool effects!
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