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January 26, 2009

Developing serendipity with Polaroids

After sending communication to an Executive Producer/Director, whose work we enjoy, about a cache of Polaroid film, we find Peter Miller’s 90 Polaroid self-portrait. The technique is what makes it interesting:

Polaroids are removed from their case in a darkroom, laid flat and exposed as a single, light sensitive array. After they are exposed, they are reinserted into the pack and –with the lens now covered- can be processed by simply pressing the camera’s shutter and processing the film by ejecting it from the camera.

Oh internet, you are always so surprising how you work!


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