I love my old Polaroid SLR 680 camera, so when the The Impossible Project started releasing new varieties of film, I was elated.
These portraits of my father where taken using the PX600 Silver Shade film. This film is super sensitive to temperature, hence the huge color shift in the two images. There is also a flaw that results in improper development at the top of the picture frame. I don’t care about the glitches because the images have a timeless, antique quality which the imperfections only enhance. I can’t capture anything remotely like this with my digital cameras. ©stefangutermuth.com