October 10, 2003

More Polaroid Manipulations of London




The Number 9 bus chugging along Piccadilly





St Martin-in-the-fields church by Trafalgar Square





The London Eye as never seen before

Some more Polaroid manipulations, sans Photoshop.

SX70, or TimeZero, film consists of photographic emulsion sandwiched between plastic. It takes several hours to harden and can be smushed around while still soft using keys, skewers, cuticle sticks, coins, or anything else. You need somewhat of a decent photograph to begin with.

Posted by rgardiner at October 10, 2003 09:04 PM
Comments

Beautiful photos Rob!

Posted by: Kim Gilmour at October 10, 2003 09:21 PM

very nice polaroid stuff guys........both of you....

Posted by: tssullivan at October 13, 2003 04:44 AM

These really are good. I mean really good. Hate London, but love your pictures. Got a SX-70 camera in a cupboard - you've inspired me.

Posted by: lorenzo at October 15, 2003 12:06 AM

(geez, during the time i spent in london everything looked exactly like this. could it have been the vodka?) these are good and nicley treacly. the bus and ferriswheel are faves.

Posted by: jovo at October 16, 2003 07:51 PM

I like ur photos too =)

Take care =)

from Estonia =)

Posted by: Triin Juurma at October 20, 2003 07:20 AM

these are wonderful to see. i remember when you were thinking about trying them. great fun, aren't they?

Posted by: karen at November 26, 2003 08:52 AM

How did you do these?

Posted by: DOUG at December 4, 2003 05:19 PM

Your pictures are so awesome! Can you do this kind of manipulations with any polaroid film/camera or is it a specific kind?

Posted by: Kelly at March 13, 2004 02:26 AM

i cant get over your pictures :)

Posted by: Triin at August 1, 2004 10:45 AM