My experimental examples with the PX 600 Silver Shade
31 Jul 2010
This is a free artistic implementation/realization of the "Impossible Instant Film" PX600 Silver Shade by ILFORD also.
"The Impossible Project announced that it succeeded in its task of re-producing an instant film for traditional Polaroid cameras. The Impossible Project started in October 2008 at the last preserved Polaroid plant in Enschede, the Netherlands, with the aim to save anlog Instant Photography from extinction after Polaroid had discontinued its instant film production earlier that year. Celebrating the beginning of a new era of instant photography, Impossible has just introduced its first two formatsin a limited First Flush Edition. These include the PX100 and PX600 Silver Shade monochromatic films, with the first PX Colour Film being promised for summer 2010.A grand Impossible Project's Space, hosting a shop as well as a gallery, will open on April 30, 2010 at 425 Broadway in New York City."
This film is still on the brink of being mature and is very dependent on temperature. In addition to this, my camera has a defect that give each photograph a different exposure.
I feel all these various factors create an artistic playfulness and freedom that sustains me as a photographer.
I hope you enjoy viewing these few experimental examples as much as I enjoyed taking them.
The photos were taken in Southern Germany, where I live.
The Story Text is wonderful written by John Linton in Westerly / Rhode Island
Thank You :)