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scotthuckphoto:

A Polaroid Giveaway X2 / 2 chances to win! details here:

Have you ever wanted to step into the wonderful world of analog instant photography but have never had the chance because you do not own a Polaroid camera? Well, here’s your chance.

I’m giving away a Polaroid OneStep Flash camera & a Polaroid Spirit 600 camera. With the generosity of Impossible Project, I am including a box of PX 680 Color Shade film with each camera.


Two chances to win …


FIRST CHANCE: Reply in the comments below why you feel you deserve to be picked. You can write a poem, give me a list of reasons or even a haiku, but be creative. Creativity goes a long way! I will pick an individual on April 1st (no kidding).

SECOND CHANCE: I will randomly pick an individual from the comments below.

Why am I do this? I love shooting with Polaroid cameras and I love shooting with Impossible film. I want to share the love.

Disclaimer:
* In your comment, please include your e-mail address in case you win so I can contact you for a mailing address. Your e-mail will not be used in any other way or put on a list. I promise.

* Valid for US residents only
* Void where Giveaways are prohibited

BRB, going to vomit rainbows of awesomeness over this.
coldkennels:

The Motherlode. on Flickr.
I went to an auction today. Not a camera-specific auction, just a general arrangement; lots of pots, plates, paintings, furniture, etc. Hidden amongst them was Lot 5 - a massive collection of cameras and paraphernalia. Jumbling away, expecting a load of 80’s Canons and point and shoots, I started to realise this was a lot of serious kit. A LOT of kit. The long and short of this story is that in my first ever auction, I jumped in right and the end and bid £180 for the lot. And won. And the whole room gasped. My mother, who was next to me at the time, looked dumbstruck. I, meanwhile, had a heart attack. I’ve not got much time before I have to leave the house, but I’ve quickly sorted through, and there’s some ridiculously lovely kit here. Forgive the hurried kitchen-worktop arrangement, but I really wanted to share/gloat/die of happiness in a public sphere before I go out. So, here’s a full list, roughly from left to right: Olympus Trip 35 Ross Ensign Ful-Vue Super Ross Ensign Sulfix 1620 Kodak Instamatic 104 Agiflex w/ 80mm/3.5 lens RMC Tokina 500/8 mirror lens, K mount Pentax SMC 50/1.7 lens, K mount Pentax SMC 35/2.8 lens, K mount Pentax MX w/ Vivitar 70-210/3.5 lens Pentax SMC 135/3.5 lens, K mount Pentax SMC 28/2.8 lens, K mount Pentax KX w/ Vivitar 28-90/2.8-3.5 lens Portrait Box Brownie no. 2 Carl Zeiss Jena Flektogon 50/4 lens, Pentacon Six mount Pentacon Six TL w/ “ausJena” (Carl Zeiss) 80/2.8 lens Meyer-Optik Gorlitz Orestegor 300/4 lens, Pentacon Six mount Carl Zeiss Jena Biometar 120/2.8, Pentacon Six mount And that’s just the ACTUAL camera stuff - lenses and bodies. There’s also a massive amount of cases, extension rings for both systems, K mount teleconverters, flash guns, tripods, and all sorts of other gubbins. Hell, there’s even a slide projector. I’m not saying that this is the best day ever. But it is, in fact, the best day ever.

BRB, going to vomit rainbows of awesomeness over this.

coldkennels:

The Motherlode. on Flickr.

I went to an auction today. Not a camera-specific auction, just a general arrangement; lots of pots, plates, paintings, furniture, etc. Hidden amongst them was Lot 5 - a massive collection of cameras and paraphernalia. Jumbling away, expecting a load of 80’s Canons and point and shoots, I started to realise this was a lot of serious kit. A LOT of kit.

The long and short of this story is that in my first ever auction, I jumped in right and the end and bid £180 for the lot. And won. And the whole room gasped. My mother, who was next to me at the time, looked dumbstruck.

I, meanwhile, had a heart attack.

I’ve not got much time before I have to leave the house, but I’ve quickly sorted through, and there’s some ridiculously lovely kit here. Forgive the hurried kitchen-worktop arrangement, but I really wanted to share/gloat/die of happiness in a public sphere before I go out.

So, here’s a full list, roughly from left to right:
Olympus Trip 35
Ross Ensign Ful-Vue Super
Ross Ensign Sulfix 1620
Kodak Instamatic 104
Agiflex w/ 80mm/3.5 lens
RMC Tokina 500/8 mirror lens, K mount
Pentax SMC 50/1.7 lens, K mount
Pentax SMC 35/2.8 lens, K mount
Pentax MX w/ Vivitar 70-210/3.5 lens
Pentax SMC 135/3.5 lens, K mount
Pentax SMC 28/2.8 lens, K mount
Pentax KX w/ Vivitar 28-90/2.8-3.5 lens
Portrait Box Brownie no. 2
Carl Zeiss Jena Flektogon 50/4 lens, Pentacon Six mount
Pentacon Six TL w/ “ausJena” (Carl Zeiss) 80/2.8 lens
Meyer-Optik Gorlitz Orestegor 300/4 lens, Pentacon Six mount
Carl Zeiss Jena Biometar 120/2.8, Pentacon Six mount

And that’s just the ACTUAL camera stuff - lenses and bodies. There’s also a massive amount of cases, extension rings for both systems, K mount teleconverters, flash guns, tripods, and all sorts of other gubbins. Hell, there’s even a slide projector.

I’m not saying that this is the best day ever. But it is, in fact, the best day ever.

I need to find more Urban Decay. Maybe tomorrow. 

from @lenire’s website
purrasicpark:

from http://www.simonponder.net/pictures/favorites-of-2011/ and @lenire

from @lenire’s website

purrasicpark:

from http://www.simonponder.net/pictures/favorites-of-2011/ and @lenire

LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS!!!

LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS!!!

(via emperorizal)

untitled by amandajpotter on Flickr.sleep well, business dude. sleep well. @ajleaps

untitled by amandajpotter on Flickr.

sleep well, business dude. sleep well. @ajleaps

brbchasinglight:

Nick S.
Perfect portrait. The motion is what seals the deal.
icanhasanalog:

Philip, St. Simons Village Pier on Flickr.
Via Flickr: Rolleicord V / Fuji Provia 400RXP, cross-processed (then sepia’d)

Perfect portrait. The motion is what seals the deal.

icanhasanalog:

Philip, St. Simons Village Pier on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Rolleicord V / Fuji Provia 400RXP, cross-processed (then sepia’d)

factory on Flickr.#believeinfilm #filmwins

factory on Flickr.

#believeinfilm #filmwins

Polaroid Type 100 self portrait on Flickr.Self Portrait. #believeinfilm #filmwins

Polaroid Type 100 self portrait on Flickr.

Self Portrait. #believeinfilm #filmwins