Impossible Project 8×10 Portrait

Sit down for an instant large format photo in a naturally-lit studio

In a spirit similar to San Francisco’s masterful tintype photographer Michael Shindler and his wonderful Photobooth, the Impossible Project is giving analog portraiture new zeal through an old-school format. After realizing that not many people have the equipment on hand to shoot with 8×10 film—which they recently released after purchasing the remaining machines from Kodak—the Impossible Project team in NYC decided to set up a …

Made in Polaroid

Celebrating creativity in a digitally-powered exhibit

When scientist Edwin Land created the Polaroid camera in 1948, he hoped to simplify photography. As the Minnetonka, MN-based company continues to innovate in the 21st century, they’re keeping that value at the forefront with products like their GL10 Instant Mobile Printer. The wireless digital printer can pump out instant party pics or stand in as postcards of your latest vacation. Like the original invention, …

Instant Rainbow

A colorfully crisp poster salutes vintage Polaroid cameras

Welsh designer Yumalum just released a second print in his Polaroid poster series. The “Instant Rainbow” graphic beautifully interprets the classic instant camera spitting out a crisp ROYGBIV snapshot. Measuring 50 x 70 centimeters, each poster is printed on matte paper using a high-quality photo printer and ink. The vintage photo gear and popping rainbow stripes combo is sure to grab attention—the perfect addition to …