Saturday, July 31, 2010


Sometimes you get a pack of film that is very distinctive. I was so lucky to get this beautiful pack of 9-year expired Time-Zero Polaroid film as part of my Proposition Project, and I love its rich blues and speckled imperfections.

I bought a lovely pale blue and cream hydrangea bouquet to photograph with this pack of film, and I was particularly taken by the way the expired emulsion played with the light shining upon the flowers. Someone on Polanoid mentioned to me that it was reminiscent of moonlight, and I really like that description.

Hydrangea in a Ball Jar, or, Moonlight
click for signed prints

The Essence of Hydrangea
signed print here

Both of these photos were taken using my Polaroid SX-70 camera.
Thanks for looking!

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