cerulean dream * 6:53pm, 27 December 2011

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.


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.


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


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.
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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