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    Taken with "Frankenroid" (Polaroid SLR 680 SE/SX-70 Combo), PX 680 First Flush film from The Impossible Project. This print was warmed under my arm while developing, and scanned 2 days after the image was taken.

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    .{kim unscripted}., patofoto, ralder, and 17 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. .{kim unscripted}. 46 months ago | reply

      this is gorgeous!! I love her expression and the simplicity of all around her really makes her standout.

    2. .orphin 46 months ago | reply

      yes wonderful! :)

    3. rgbmonster [deleted] 46 months ago | reply

      color looks gorgeous. i love it.

    4. iam.ina 46 months ago | reply

      beautiful!

    5. Von Koreander 46 months ago | reply

      Mmmmh, great light.

    6. noidmeister [deleted] 46 months ago | reply

      looks like a good tip is to wait a few days with the scanning.

    7. ten minutes 46 months ago | reply

      Thanks all. Noah, yes, I have a blog post with comparisons I'll be publishing tomorrow so you can see how the prints age and evolve over 3 days. I took the above photo sunday and the above scan is from yesterday.

    8. noidmeister [deleted] 46 months ago | reply

      cool look forward to reading it!
      i guess im a bit too antsy i can never wait longer than a day haha

    9. .de.en. 46 months ago | reply

      Just curious, why did you warm it under your arm? Does that do something?

    10. ten minutes 46 months ago | reply

      Warming the print, especially during the first few minutes of development, will give you better contrast, and your underexposed areas won't be as pronounced.

    11. .de.en. 46 months ago | reply

      Oh, I did not know that. Thanks for the tip.

    12. andrea..dawn 46 months ago | reply

      hi! finally had results, temperature made all the difference!

    13. Someone made Coffee ☮ 45 months ago | reply

      in my opinion it's a great composition, I especially love the light!

    14. Jan's camera 45 months ago | reply

      Beautiful study.

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