Polaroid Notes & The Impossible Project

Yeah, we have Instagram and Hipstamatic now so… we

pretty much still use Polaroids right?

Nah. But they are pretty awesome.

Recently, a couple of my nerd friends gave me an awesome gift, something cool to share with others:

Polaroid Notes

20 cards with varied photographs – blank on the inside – and envelopes

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These are an awesome and unique way to send messages, while giving a nod to something that has become lost.

You can buy them from Amazon here:

Polaroid Notes: 20 Different Notecards and Envelopes

I have found that taking REAL Polaroid photos is much more difficult than you would imagine.

As Polaroid has discontinued their production, film and cameras are not easy to come by –

Which brings me to THE IMPOSSIBLE PROJECT

This company is bringing back the instant film (they purchased the last Polaroid factory and enlisted some of its best workers)

You can now purchase film or cameras from their website

It’s awesome, and worthy of support! Check it out!
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  2. This just shows the value of night time lighting. The hope is these initial products might help
    renew fascination with instant film photography and
    help bring it back into a posture of prominence in the
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