Color Holgaroid #4

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© Nicole Gesmondi
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(c) Nicole Gesmondi Photographer, LLC

Captured in Cranston, Rhode Island.

This one is my second favorite shot using the 669 film. I had a few issues pulling out the polaroid which caused it to get stuck, leading to the developer missing in the corners. Again, I am pleased with the results.

Unlike Color Holgaroid #1 and 2, this image along with #3 used a yellow filter. The Polaroid film box suggests that when you use Color Polaroid Film, you MAY want to use a yellow filter. Of course I read this after the fact, so I grabbed my filters for adjusting contrast grades to darkroom prints on enlargers and picked a yellow one. I didn't notice the difference. Maybe it lightened it a bit. I just purchased an actual yellow filter from Adorama so I we'll see.

Polaroid 669 Color Instant Pack film ISO 80.

In the story My Precious Polga.

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  • Paul Lavallee

    Paul Lavallee gave props (3 Apr 2008):

    this looks like a magical wonderland forest

  • sasha ormond

    sasha ormond said (21 Dec 2008):

    it's stunning

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