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polaroids encore...

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more polaroids. some more successful than others...

- greenery

- the box the film came in. a bit of a slip with this one...

- cows and pylons

- a gravestone

MaggieD says:

Top and bottom shots for me ....

24th May 2007, 19:44

Spiderbaby says:

The 3rd one looks like a picture from the 1970's! Love the light in these - really nostalgic :)

24th May 2007, 22:25

yes, the 70's were polaroid coloured!

25th May 2007, 00:17

nige says:

that first one - the haziness just makes it for me...

25th May 2007, 02:27

why is the box one so blurry?
i like the grave stone one.

25th May 2007, 09:27

thanks guys - i like the 70s colouring too.

bmal - its so blurry because i moved the camera. not on purpose yu understand.

25th May 2007, 11:19

so is it A bit of a long exposure then?
you could get some fun effects with that. :)

25th May 2007, 11:21

well, it was with that particular shot. the one in the previous post of the mannequin head was an exposure of about 10 seconds. hand-held too.

its quite a sophisticated camera - it has quite a range of shutter speeds (which are all automatic)

unfortunately, the largest aperture is something like f/8, which is shit, frankly.

25th May 2007, 11:24

so does it choose the shutter speed or are you able to do it as well, it does sound good, especially for £5

25th May 2007, 11:25

its all automatic - you just press the button.

it is a good deal for a fiver, but the film more than makes up for the cheapness of the camera - i'll not be taking it on holiday, thats for certain...

25th May 2007, 12:49