IMPOSSIBLE Instant Lab Preview

Friday, May 24th, 2013 2

The folks at the IMPOSSIBLE Project are forging ahead into a whole new territory of photography. As you know, I’m a huge fan of these folks who swept in and saved the last Polaroid production factory back in 2008. Since then, a super dedicated team has been working diligently to keep instant film as a medium alive and well. The IMPOSSIBLE Project folks have come so far in such a short time, and their incredible work allows photographers (like ME!) to keep enjoying and shooting with their vintage Polaroid cameras. Personally, I’m not sure where I’d be in my creative photography journey if it weren’t for the IMPOSSIBLE Project.

So while instant film is the name of the game for the IMPOSSIBLE Project, the folks there know that we also live in a digital age with amazing cameras built into our phones. In their brilliance, the IMPOSSIBLE Project is MERGING these two mediums. Yup. You read that correctly. The IMPOSSIBLE Project held an uber successful Kickstarter campaign last fall to develop and bring us the IMPOSSIBLE Instant Lab. The Instant Lab allows you to take your digital iPhone photos and transform them into analog instant film photographs. If you’re like me, you’re thinking: O.M.G.

PX680_CP_KennyZuke_Instantlab_rsI’m sharing more over at Mortal Muses today about the IMPOSSIBLE Instant Lab and how I got this awesome instant film version of an iPhone photo I took. Come check it out HERE!

2 Responses

  1. Sabra Bowers says:

    Very interesting. I want to restore some of my old polaroid photos. Any idea where to have that done?

  2. Nikko Tan says:

    I just got my Instant Lab today and I immediately charged it & loaded up a PX680 film cartridge. The first shot turn out really black (underexposed) because we didn’t read instructions but the rest were much much nicer than I expected. Such a cool device especially for those who have their head stuck in the old days of film photography. I hope you enjoy your Instant Lab as much as I do mine. 🙂

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