Updated: Apr 22, 2021

With the changing of the season into Spring, it in the past has always come with positive change in my own life. I usually find myself in some big transition and it’s always a fun time of year in looking forward to the future. And nothing like queueing up some of that inspiration through some nature immersion. Here’s some recent #polaroid shots from the Rockland, ME area..

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Updated: Apr 22, 2021

State parks visiting in Maine is a favorite daytime activity, especially before the tourism season kicks off. Below are some b&w seascape and tree shots at Moose Point. I tried out a 1980s #Polaroid 600 I recent found thrifting. It seems to produce a pretty good shot. Its really fun to do this with old cameras with the surprise in seeing if they work out or not and the kind of image they end up producing.

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Continuing to work with chemically manipulating Polaroids has so far only come as a surprise. More times than not it’s because of a camera malfunction that turns into art. In this case I was finally trying SX70 film in my vintage land camera. The film jammed every time with no image being produced but some how I was able to pull the film out and then move the chemical mixture around with a tool to create these images. For another added effect I sprayed ammonia on to the film in between the layers. The three similarly styled ones remind me of sea coral which I thought was interesting to think about.

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