How to get the most out of Impossible Film

Correct storage of the Impossible film packs
A proper storage of Impossible film will allow you to make sure that it remains stable and to get the best results out of it.

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Women Are Heroes, JR incredible large photography event

An undercover photographer who (keep) his real name invisible and make famous with the initial of JR, his work in photography has transforms pictures into large posters and makes open space photo galleries out on the streets and buildings. Continue reading Women Are Heroes, JR incredible large photography event

Difference Between Negative And Slide Film?

Color negative film is the kind of film usually found in convenience stores. It uses C-41 chemicals for processing, and you get negatives and prints from it when processed normally. Continue reading Difference Between Negative And Slide Film?

Earth Hour 2013: Light Painting Photo Contest

 

What can you do during Earth Hour?
Let’s create one of the most fun night photography technique – Light Painting! Continue reading Earth Hour 2013: Light Painting Photo Contest

Experienced The Last Camera

Superheadz Last Camera – The world’s first DIY camera with interchangeable lenses: 22mm and 45mm. Great colors and a sense of openness is what the wide 22mm camera produces. Continue reading Experienced The Last Camera

Superheadz Golden Half Camera

72 pictures on a roll? Now that’s something! Continue reading Superheadz Golden Half Camera

We’re Hiring!

Full time Retail Assistant job vacancies for One Utama & Publika outlet. Join us and be part of our team! Continue reading We’re Hiring!

Can You Spot the Camera?

After a two-year hiatus, Malaysian Indie band Paperplane Pursuit are back with their new single, “Everybody Wants Somebody”! They write their own song and even direct their own music videos. When we first watched the music video, we instantly realize that one analogue cameras made an appearance in the video! Can you spot it? Continue reading Can You Spot the Camera?

The Camera Museum: Polaroid’s Pink & Grey Cool Cam

In 1988, Polaroid released its Cool Cam, which was essentially the Sun 600 with flashy colors and branded with the “Cool Cam” moniker. It came in several color combinations, including the more common Red & Black and this beauty: the pink & grey model. Continue reading The Camera Museum: Polaroid’s Pink & Grey Cool Cam

The Camera Museum: Polaroid’s Job Pro

The Polaroid Job Pro, first released in 1992, was designed with construction and work sites in mind. It is essentially the same as the One Step Flash and Supercolor cameras, with a sliding close-up lens, but the Job Pro is a bright ‘safety’ yellow, to highlight its suitability for industrial use. Continue reading The Camera Museum: Polaroid’s Job Pro

The Camera Museum: Polaroid’s Neon Cool Cam

In 1988, Polaroid released its Cool Cam, which was essentially the Sun 600 with flashy colors and branded with the “Cool Cam” moniker. It came in several color combinations, including Pink & Grey and the Red & Black. Continue reading The Camera Museum: Polaroid’s Neon Cool Cam

The Camera Museum: Polaroid’s See-Through Sun 660

The Polaroid Sun 660 Autofocus camera was first released in 1981. It is similar in style to the earlier 600 cameras, with a rigid plastic body, but the Sun 660 utilizes Polaroid’s patented Sonar Autofocus technology. Continue reading The Camera Museum: Polaroid’s See-Through Sun 660

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The Camera Museum: Polaroid SX-70 Sonar Blue Button Special Edition

As many consumers had difficulty focusing with their original SX-70s, Polaroid released an autofocus model of their folding SX-70 in 1978. The SX-70 Time Zero Auto-Focus utilized a new and very advanced sonar technology. Continue reading The Camera Museum: Polaroid SX-70 Sonar Blue Button Special Edition

The Camera Museum: Polaroid’s “The Button”

In the late 1970s, Polaroid began to manufacture plastic-bodied non-folding cameras for their SX-70 film, as an alternative to the more expensive folding SX-70s. Numerous iterations of these “OneSteps” appeared through the early 80s, with slight design variations and features. “The Button” is one of those iterations. Continue reading The Camera Museum: Polaroid’s “The Button”

Portraits Of Olympic Dreams

Polaroid film was introduced to the world in 1948 by Edwin Land. It will cease production this year, ending an era. Although digital photography has replaced most traditional methods, the opportunity to work with film, producing one-of-a-kind imagery that cannot be made with a motor drive camera, offers a creative challenge that many photographers will miss once the stockpile of Polaroid film is gone. Continue reading Portraits Of Olympic Dreams

Px70 NIGO on Polaroid 600 camera!

Everyone got very excited when the creator of Bathing Ape, decided to partner with Impossible Project to come out with limited edition Polaroid films! Continue reading Px70 NIGO on Polaroid 600 camera!

Create Your Own Spinning Planet

Ever thought of living in your own planet? It is now easier to have your own planet with the Lomography Spinner 360º and a little bit of Photoshop tricks. Continue reading Create Your Own Spinning Planet

Krista Langley – The People I’ve Met

The People I’ve Met” is a project by photographer Krista Langley that involves one Polaroid camera and one question. Langley shoots portraits of her friends and family and asks them to write down the answer to the question “what would you do if you knew you could not fail?”. Continue reading Krista Langley – The People I’ve Met

NEW Impossible Cool Film!

We’re kicking things off in style in Spring 2012 with the inaugural launch of the new Impossible COOL film line. New Impossible films will from now on now be released bi-annually in spring and fall. Continue reading NEW Impossible Cool Film!