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"One feature of SX-70 integral print film is its ability to be manipulated while developing, and for some days after. Because the emulsion is gelatin-based, and the Mylar covering does not allow water vapor to readily pass, the emulsion stays soft for several days, allowing artists to press and manipulate the emulsion to produce effects somewhat like impressionist paintings."
Unfortunately I did not read that until recently. These photos were taken about two years ago though. SX-70 (time zero) was discontinued a few years back and it's tough to find unless you're willing to pay quite a bit on ebay. This was the first time my friend and I experimented with it. Hopefully I'll get another chance.
Also by Tomas Aguilar
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