For Christmas, my parents got me a bit of “light” reading, Andy Warhol Polaroids 1958-1987 by Richard Woodward. Okay, so there isn’t much text, but this behemoth of a coffee table book weighs about five pounds and opens to full page spreads of nothing other than Polaroids. I have noticed that despite the […]
As you probably know if you’ve followed our agency or this blog, we love instant photography and have been happy to promote it to our clients as well often shooting vintage Polaroid cameras with Impossible Project film. Well we lucked out and got a Christmas/Holiday present from the Impossible Project folks of a Polaroid Close-Up Stand this past December […]
Ever since Polaroid announced that it was done with instant photography and the Impossible Project started up, I’ve been obsessed with instant photography. I had some of the last packs of Polaroid film and still have one pack in the fridge that, most likely, I should use pretty soon.
Anyhow, when I heard about Instant: The Story of Polaroid was being released, I was excited to check […]
Well, the 2012 baseball season is over and the crew at Orange was super excited to see our San Francisco Giants win the World Series for the second time in three years. It was also awesome that one of the main hashtags for the postseason was #OrangeOctober, which of course, we loved!
During the course of the season, we took some Impossible Project Polaroids […]
We’ve already done a bit for the America’s Cup and are pretty excited for more events to photograph. We also have some special offerings including marine photo booth options and other cool ideas that can make America’s Cup events unique. Our Polaroid coverage is also pretty popular and we’ve been shooting Impossible Project film quite a […]
I’ve always loved the Polaroid SX-70 Land Camera and finally found one in great condition on eBay so bidded on it and won. I had been saving some Impossible Project Fade to Black Film 10/09 film just to use with this and did a personal project with it to see how it’d turn out. Of course with expermental film like Fade To Black you never know exactly […]