cerulean dream * 6:53pm, 27 December 2011
Hi,

I'm about to purchase a pack of Polaroid Impossible, but I kind of doubt the result since the seller showed me those taken with it aren't very good. Any advise would be appreciated. Thank you!
damp condition [deleted] 5 years ago
I considered getting into the impossible project, some of the warm sepia prints looked great but £20 for 5 exposures (I think) put me off and I opted for a Fuji Instax 210 with film costing £15 for 20 exposures.

Apparently the impossible project prints degrade quite quickly? (just some rumour I heard)
bac1967 4 years ago
The quality of Impossible film has been improving but it is still expensive. To get the best results make sure you have good light. Shoot on a sunny day with the sun to your back, those are the best results I got with it. If you want to shoot really good instant film go with Fujifilm FP-100C in a Polaroid pack film camera. The web site "The Land List" is a great resource for old Polaroid cameras.
doyoubleedlikeme PRO 4 years ago
I appreciate this is 6 months too late I had a pack the other month and its not great, out of the 8 shots perhaps 1 or 2 were near the old Polaroid standard but what I did find interesting was the ability to damage/alter the final image by where it was stored whilst it was developing. Its still too expensive compared to Fuji Instax but if it comes down in price (again) I may buy a pack to experiment with.
Paul Chow Photography Posted 4 years ago. Edited by Paul Chow Photography (member) 4 years ago
Try using filters! Here is a photo which I used a Blue Filter from the Mint Lens Set on the SX-70 Color Film.

www.flickr.com/photos/107416173@N07/14847395504/

The blue filter helped out a lot! Without the blue filter, the images would have turned out either yellow, brown or even pink.

This is a photo without the filter which was yellow.

www.flickr.com/photos/107416173@N07/14244392404/

And another photo without the filter indoors using a flash turned out pink.

www.flickr.com/photos/107416173@N07/14326786585/

You can check out my other photo's with and without filters for comparison to your own to see the color which is closer to your photos.
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cobblucas 3 years ago
I have been using impossible project film for the last month or so and notice I can easily get 6 great shots out of the 8 exposures available per cartridge. I am using a vintage polaroid though, and do not notice a quality difference between the impossible film and the old branded polaroid film.
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