I dig instant photography, as you might expect if you've read any of this blog. I like the immediate feedback and the ability to hold the finished product in your hand. I primarily use them in my studio for behind the scenes shots during model or fashion shoots.
Recently I pulled out of my stash this Polaroid One Step Flash. Pretty simple. Like most 600 styled Polaroids it's simply point and shoot. The only option is the light / dark slider which I always tend to keep in the middle. I loaded this with a pack of Impossible Project Color 600 film, and used it during a shoot with model Kat Scott.
A few of the images taken against a black backdrop
One thing I do because I generally have 2-3 Polaroids loaded at the same time with different films, I write what I have in the camera just in-case I forget. I know, very OCD-like.
Alas, my last shot of the pack got jammed in the camera, but magically popped out after I gave the camera a reasonable smack. Uh, this doesn't look like my model
OK, does this have any practical value, nope, but it's fun.