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    Polaroid Image 1200 Pro with Impossible PZ 600 UV+ film

    sol exposure, heather, Gheedon, and 39 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. sol exposure 22 months ago | reply

      Wow. That is SHARP!

    2. carmendevos 22 months ago | reply

      Sharp as a knife.

    3. harpy 22 months ago | reply

      That's fabulous!

    4. anniebee 22 months ago | reply

      dude. was this with the broken spectra?

    5. snacky. 22 months ago | reply

      the tones are just perfect in this.

    6. Joep Polaroid Photography 22 months ago | reply

      Fabulous! The scharpness is just amazing!

    7. davebias 22 months ago | reply

      Hi all. Full disclosure - every film scan I've ever posted on flickr has a small amount of unsharp mask to make up for the loss of pixels when I shrink my 300MB+ scans down to flickr size.

      But this photo was really this sharp due to a "perfect storm" of circumstances. The glass lens on a 1200 pro, the light was just right, it was incredibly cold (which helped sharpness in that particular batch of film), and I ejected into my camera bag so there were no opacification problems, which is one of the main ways images get less sharp according to the factory team.

      Plus this was scanned with a prototype of a scanning adapter I invented that Impossible will release later this summer. I think this had something to do with the sharpness as well. Or at least I hope it did...

    8. .Zia [deleted] 21 months ago | reply

      I love the doom/gloom feel of this. And I'm not usually a fan of architectural fotos...

    9. kacam 20 months ago | reply

      excelente perspectiva, una imagen llena de encanto

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