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    Polaroid emulsion transfer piece for Cultivate Vyner Street's Little Benefits show

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    1. shaanik 30 months ago | reply

      I love your technique. beautiful composition.

    2. Rhiannon Adam 30 months ago | reply

      Thanks very much...yes i'm getting in to these transfers (which I resisted for so long!)

    3. Tomb Land 30 months ago | reply

      brilliant piece of work!

    4. brennannn 30 months ago | reply

      this is so cool!!!!!

    5. holly cromer 30 months ago | reply

      i love what you did here! i've never tried transfers before, but it looks amazing!

    6. Rhiannon Adam 30 months ago | reply

      Thanks all - and Holly- have a go! It's fun!

    7. olivier barjolle 29 months ago | reply

      Beautiful collage ! Makes me want to try it too..

    8. jellyfishphoto 26 months ago | reply

      Dear Rhiannon Adam:
      We have seen your nice work with Polaroid emulsion transfer and we are pleased to present you a new product that, no doubt , will facilitate the process and will enhance the expressivity of your images.
      This method enables you to combine all the advantages of digital photography with the expressiveness of the emulsion transfers but on DIN A4 size.
      We refer our website to see in detail the simple process:
      We would like to know your opinion about this new product.
      Enjoy it: Pedro Kareaga

    9. Rhiannon Adam 26 months ago | reply

      Hi Pedro, I wouldn't touch digital photography with a bargepole. If it isn't analogue I'm not doing it. it defeats the whole point for me. Digital transfers would mean I could try again if something went wrong. I like the risk and finality of doing this with polaroid.

      I also don't shoot anything digital - I only shoot real film products and am very vocal about my hatred for digital.

    10. An Khánh 25 months ago | reply


    11. bruce wayne1 13 months ago | reply

      hi there
      again, wonderful!

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