Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Model Shoot Equals Polaroids

You might know I also shoot digital, and when I do it's fashion & beauty photography in studio.  What I normally do is whenever I do a model shoot I also play around with a pack or two of film in one of my Polaroid or FujiFilm cameras.  Here's a few shots from my photoshoot with model Eclipse Monday.  The nice thing is that they are instant (obviously) and most of people I shoot have never seen them.  It's a fun give-away at the end of a shoot.  I even have one of the Polaroids signed & hang it in the studio.






Here are some recent Polaroid's using a Polaroid 600 Silver Express & a Polaroid ColorPack III.  The ColorPack used a pack of Fujifilm FP-100C & The Polaroid a pack of Impossible Project 600 B&W.  Tons of fun to play around.

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