Category Archives: Instant photography
Image taken with Polaroid SX-70 and a Impossible a Project Color film. It’s was mid day, so the sun light was quite harsh, but waiting till golden hour was not an option, so I took the shot. The photo could … Continue reading
Image taken with Polaroid Spectra SE using Impossible Project Color film. (c)2014 Konstantinos Besios. All Rights Reserved.
Tree images taken at Meteora with the Polaroid Spectra SE. Although i prefer the SX-70, I still have a couple of packs for the Spectra, so it was a good chance to use them. The last image with the cat, … Continue reading
Two new images taken with the Polaroid SX-70, I managed to ruin the second one probably in my haste to pull it quickly out of the camera and protect it from the sun. Images like this are to be expected … Continue reading
My first photo trip with the recently purchased Polaroid SX-70, was a very pleasant experience. The SX-70 is a series of unique models due to the fact that they are SLR cameras. What you see through the viewfinder is the … Continue reading
My recently purchased Polaroid SX-70 arrived today. I also got the Impossible Flash Bar (by MINT) which is a must have accessory for low light situations. The Impossible film for the SX-70 is ISO 160, which means that unless you … Continue reading
(Image taken with Polaroid Spectra SE and Impossible Project Color film) I have found a wonderful refurbished white Polaroid SX-70 camera and it will arrive next week. It’s the first and most iconic Polaroid model that introduced integral instant film. … Continue reading
Ever since I purchased my Polaroid Spectra SE camera, I got addicted to instant film. I always have it with when traveling. I also have the Fuji Instax Wide camera but I mainly use it for casual snapshots, the look … Continue reading
Image taken with Polaroid Spectra SE camera loaded with Impossible Project PZ680 Color Protection film. ©2014 Konstantinos Besios. All Rights Reserved.
Image taken with Polaroid Spectra SE and Impossible Project PZ680 Color Protection film.