Polaroid Resurrection is just around the corner. We can’t wait. Help us promote it and we will give away an Instant Lab Universal!
1. Do up a post to promote Polaroid Resurrection.
2. Link it to this event page and insert #PolaroidResurrection.
3. Get your friends to share it.
4. Most shares wins a brand new Instant Lab Universal! Continue reading Instant Lab Universal Giveaway
Date: 24/7/15 – 30/7/15
90 Degrees Cafe & Art
882 Jalan Air Putih, 25300 Kuantan
FilmNeverDie working with The Click Shop is taking their Polaroid Resurrection Exhibition to South East Asia, from the 24th to the 30th of July at 90 Degrees Cafe, Kuantan, Malaysia.
Continue reading Polaroid Resurrection by TCS & FND
Festival Belia Putrajaya’s theme for 2015 is all about “Showcase of Talent”, which coincides with Rakan Muda’s new philosophy to facilitate talent development for the youth. Continue reading Festival Belia Putrajaya 2015 x Click Collective
Transform digital images on your smartphone or tablet into classic instant photos. For use with the latest version of the free Impossible Project App, available now for iOS and Android. Continue reading Instant Lab Universal
If you are in Melbourne, Australia drop by Photonet Gallery for the very first Polaroid exhibition by FilmNeverDie. Check out the event page in Facebook. See you there!
Continue reading Polaroid Resurrection
We are collaborating with Rakan Muda to conduct Polaroid Art Workshops all around Malaysia! Continue reading TCSxRakanMuda: Polaroid Art Workshops
Don’t know what to get for Valentines Day? Nothing says I love you more than ol’ skool Polaroids!
3 units of the boxy SX70 Polaroid Land cameras just arrived at The Click Shop. Check it out here. Continue reading Ol’ Skool Polaroids for your Valentines!
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.
Continue reading How to get the most out of Impossible Film
Edwin Herbert Land, the inventor of Polaroid cameras and film, was born 105 years ago today in Bridgeport Connecticut. Until his death, in 1991, he was a dominant figure in American science, invention and business. Continue reading Happy Birthday, Dr. Land!
Steve Jobs idolized Edwin Land, and it’s clear he learned a lot from him. Continue reading Here’s The Man Who Inspired Steve Jobs
Most popular Instant camera is now available in RED! Continue reading NEW: Instax Mini 25 RED Edition
When a fine art and portrait photographer in Belgium got his hands on a box of large-format instant film that has been expired for 34 years, he decided to use it to take a portrait of a subject who was as old as the film. We know you’re curious to find out how the encounter went, so go ahead and read on! Continue reading 34 Years Expired Instant Film
In 1972 Polaroid asked Charles and Ray Eames to produce a promotional video for its now iconic SX-70 instant camera, and what they created was nothing short of magical. Continue reading Polaroid SX-70 Promo Video Will Make You Fall In Love With the Eameses All Over Again
He owns 1,042 different instamatic cameras with a net worth of around HK$1 million. Wong Ting-man, 43, holds the world record for the largest ‘instant camera’ collection as recognised by the World Records Academy. Continue reading The World’s Largest Instamatic Camera Collection
Ho~ Ho~ Ho! Our favorite occasion to celebrate is definitely Christmas. If you’re ticking down the days to Christmas, you might be really psyched to hear about the great Christmas promotion with us. Don’t know what to get your loved ones this Christmas? Continue reading Massive Year End Promotion!
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 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
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 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
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