Alternative and Pinhole Polaroid Photography
Experience the fun of pinhole photography without the need for a darkroom. This is a DIY zine that shows you how to take an ordinary Polaroid camera and MacGyver it into a pinhole camera. The best part of using a Polaroid camera for this is it gives instant results and the photos can have an ethereal and dreamy look to them.
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This is an Alternative & Pinhole Polaroid Photography Zine. Full Color cover (outside & inside), black & white; half size (5.5″ x 8.5″), 24 pages + cover. It is completely written by me and includes:
Alternative Polaroid photography
- Pack Cameras
- SX-70 Cameras
- Spectra Cameras
- 600-Series Cameras
Pinhole Polaroids MacGyver Style
- Making the Pinhole
- Remove the Lens
- Putting on the Pinhole
- Putting it Back Together
- The Filter
- Time to Take It For a Test Drive
Manipulations and Alterations
- Tricks While Taking Pictures
- Manipulations After the Picture is Taken
- Hand Coloring
packaged with 2 bonus mini prints of polaroid photos
NOTE: Since Polaroid stopped making instant film, some of the film used for the cameras in this zine is no longer manufactured. But it might be found online. The Impossible Project does make some Polaroid film that will work in these cameras. Some of the film might also be found online at places like eBay.
- • 5.5″ x 8.5″
- • 24 pages + cover
- • full color cover
- • black & white
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