© 2016 Jacco


Just testing some Impossible film from 2012. After 10 minutes, I was disappointed there was no image yet. Was ready to dispose of the film/photopack. Checked an hour later, and there it was, an image. Not really the best ever (far from it, actually), but since I’m in a low-fi series anyway, this will do.


  1. Posted May 17, 2016 at 00:32 | #

    I love the simulated wood grain of the border X-D

  2. Posted May 17, 2016 at 07:24 | #

    Jacco, I like the image in spite the darked patch on the right side.
    Jeff, I think it is a real wood of table top nothing simulated. Jacco is real analogue 😉

    • Posted May 17, 2016 at 11:14 | #

      Really? No… it looks like a typical shape and size outside part of an old Polaroid picture, except it’s just an ooh-la-la fancy-ancy designer faux wood design edition… you can even see a dimpled texture to it…

      And why the using of film from 2012, Jacco? Did you have the film, and just never got to it? Or, just recently found a deal on the film, catch being though, it’s expired from four years go? Or, is this just some kind of purposefully done, experimental thing?

  3. Posted May 17, 2016 at 11:46 | #

    Richo, in my view the dark part on the right side is the only part where the film fully developed, where the grass looks green (said the colour-vision impaired photographer). But the 3 different grades of development give it a special look, that is for sure.

    Richo, Jeff, it is not a real analogue wooden table :-). It is some Impossible (previously Polaroid) “special edition” film/photo with a wooden look on the frame. And… it was old stock I still had lying around. Wanted to see if it was still any good, otherwise I can free up the space in the fridge and put some beers there instead.

    I’ve got one pack that is even older and several newer ones, but I just thought I’d try this one. Now that I know it works (sort of) I will shoot some more instant photos the coming time.

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