Berlin was very nice. very kind people and good food at good prices. Of course I took some analog pictures in Berlin. Below you can find some polaroids made with sx70 model and some photos made with my tlr yashica lm camera.
Polaroids and photos are scanned with a epson v500 flatbed scanner.
Bye Bye Instagram! I am not an instagram fan, everyone can turn digital bad photos into something analog look a like digital photo. I call it “A Digital bad photo analog look a like one click solution” But now with the project from the impossible project, I think we got a solution for my hate on digital look a like photo’s, just play the video and you will see!
When I am on vaction, I cant let my polaroid camera at home, I was in france on the atlantic ocean on vacation. And I made a few polaroids with my SX 70 camera. The film I used is from The Impossible Project the px 70 color shade film.
It is so nice to capture a moment or a view with instant film because there is no negative, and it means that each polaroid is unique! you can’t make a perfectly same looking copy of a polaroid. And this makes it so special!
After reading about Stand development I decided to give it a try.
I used Ilford HP5 Plus 135mm film and rodinal 1:100 20C° development time: 70 minutes
I agitated the first minut, and after 30 minutes again 30 sec of agitation.
I was in a second hand shop, I bought 3 films: Agfa Isopan 100 Agfacolor CNS and Agfapan 100. these films are expired in the early 80s. The Agfapan 100 was already exposed in the 70s, but never developed, till now! I developed the film by my self, and here are the results, photo’s from the 70s!
Developed in rodinal 1+25 for 9 minutes 20°C
Negative format 6×6 cm 120mm rolfilm
Contact printed on Agfa Ridax paper (very old paper)