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After shooting my first Polaroids, soon came the idea of what else I could do? Emulsions lifts seemed easy enough after research, something a novice like myself could do. The effects leave a textured abstract look, by separating the film using water submersion to lift the image off the photo material. If done right with care, some really interesting dimensional aspects could be created. Here’s some of my experiences with the method. It‘s a work in progress. Possibly a book of these coming soon!

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Figuring out correct double exposure effects is tricky with these occasional quirky vintage cameras. The accidental results seem to be the best case scenario, pleasantly so. I really enjoy studying the tree lines in their leaflessnes, cold and ragged conjoinment.

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Updated: Apr 22, 2021

Trying out various effects with #Polaroid led to introducing random chemical agents to react with developing 600 color film. By finely cutting and separating the film layers apart, I was able to access and apply directly on to the developing film chemicals.

This was all done immediately after shooting the film. I usually let the film sit exposed side down in a warm spot for a while after. I can’t wait to experiment with this more.

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