Polaroid

Nitsa M. on January 7th, 2013

  Do you have more than a few failed Polaroids lying around in your drawer? Did you ever look at these Polaroids and thought to yourself “hmmmm, what can I do with these nogoodniks? Well, if you ever did, have no fear; there IS something you can do with this unsuccessful bunch, so don’t trash […]

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Nitsa M. on December 5th, 2011

This is Canter’s, a Jewish deli-restaurant on Fairfax in Los Angeles, one of my favorite places to get my Jewish food fix. It’s quite a weird thing; when I was little, I would run out the door as quickly as possible, every time my mom made her famous Gefiltefish or whichever other one of these […]

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Nitsa M. on February 7th, 2011

If you are like me you have more than a few failed Polaroids lying around in your drawer. Did you ever look at these Polaroids and thought to yourself “hmmmm, what can I do with these nogoodniks?” Well, if you ever did, have no fear; there IS something you can with this unsuccessful bunch, so […]

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Nitsa M. on March 22nd, 2010

Metallic pens and bright permanent markers were used to outline, color, and add the text. To finalize some of the images, I peeled off the familiar Polaroid border in order to reveal the colorful edges

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Nitsa M. on February 6th, 2010

Now that I have about 3 or 4 packs of Polaroid 600 film left (I think one of them is actually the manipulative SX-70 Time Zero film – though I can only wonder if it still holds its manipulative characteristics when it is so long expired), and just in case the Impossible Project turns out […]

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Nitsa M. on January 24th, 2010

The only difference between color and black & white image transfer is that the color Xerox is printed on a higher quality paper than the black & white Xerox copy. Therefore it needs more time to dry and also it requires a bit more effort to remove the left-over paper (step 5). But otherwise it […]

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Nitsa M. on January 20th, 2010

Everybody knows what a Polaroid transfer is but what is a Transfer to Polaroid? Ok, so this is what it’s all about: A few days ago I realized I kept around a few Polaroids that didn’t turn out good; some of them didn’t even develop. Why I kept them is a whole different issue, but […]

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Nitsa M. on December 19th, 2009

The other day, I came across this free little program that takes your digital pictures and turns them into cool Polaroid-like images. And even though I thought this is somewhat pointless, non-the-less I had to admit; this program was just too cute to pass up. So this is how you use it: you download and […]

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Nitsa M. on August 2nd, 2009

Last week I was reminded again (I’ll explain another time) that some people just forgot how to have fun with photography. They are very serious about the camera they must use, and often they are concerned with different technical issues they’ve heard so much about. It varies from the type of film they need, to […]

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Nitsa M. on December 13th, 2008
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