Tag Archives: experiment

Sinar Norma x Impossible first results

Yesterday I wanted to try again shooting instant film with my Sinar Norma. A friend of mine kindly came over as I needed a face to work with. I had different goals for this test, I wanted to verify the following: Impossible film actual ISO value My new light meter accuracy Wether if my 360mm […]

Test shooting with Alek

Here are some of the photos I shoot one night of february with Aleksandra while testing some lights and flashes. It was a last-minute idea, just the time for the make up and we started playing with the cameras. The first Polaroid has been exhibited at the Milan’s Photoshow 2013 at The Impossible Project’s stand. […]

Bleaching Fuji FP-100C negatives to transparency

This post is about something I wanted to tell you about from a while. Fuji FP-100C at the moment is the only instant color film being produced for type 100 camera and similar. I shoot it with my Polaroid Automatic 100 and with my Rolleiflex SL66 with a Polaroid back, it gives perfect color matching […]

Got a reversal film processing kit

Since I started developing black and white film by myself I was curious on color negative and reversal process. I bought a Super-8 camera months ago and got a Kodak reversal film for it from a friend. I haven’t used it yet but I looked around for lab that are still developing super-8 film and […]

Polaroid filtered multiexposure

    Aleksandra, double Model: Aleksandra The Impossible Project PX600 Black Frame Poor Pod UV+ Polaroid Land Camera 1000 with ND Filter Today I’m here to tell you about some other experimentation I did on instant film and Polaroid camera. When I was really a beginner with polas, I wanted to do some double exposure […]

Caffenol-C for prints

Thanks to my reference for Caffenol-C process at caffenol.org I found out that this process can be used for printing as well. Now it’s pretty obvious to me, since the light sensitive chemical stuff on film and paper is quite the same, the only difference is that paper is way less sensitive. In the post on caffenol.org […]

Let me introduce you to Caffenol

Have you ever heard of Caffenol-C process? It is an alternative developement process for black and white film (you can develop color as well but the result will be monochrome) and photographic paper. About one year ago I started shooting on film with a Minolta X-700 and while looking for developement tutorial I found an […]