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    I learned that too! But I guess plastic-ish emulsion lifts are better than none at all! I'm thinking about ordering some expired Polaroid film from the FPP just because I may never get another chance to do so again.

    I just hate wasting frames without having a project or theme in mind.

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    it's really worth getting the polaroid, if only to try it once, just to see the difference.

    but don't get me wrong the fuji works fine too...
    one thing, it doesn't stick as good as the polaroid, so I use a matte acrylic medium to help them stick.

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    This is the video that I saw that really made me want to try it.


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    yep, it's as simple as that.

    takes about 10mins once you've done your first one

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    YEP! Its pretty safe to say that I am WELL addicted to the pack! It works with my old Nissin flash!!

    (I really must get a scanner!)

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    it's pretty great.

    I used to just shot mine with a hires digi camera and a macro lens, you should be able to get a good quality image like that...
    a scanner would would be a good idea tho'

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    Quote Originally Posted by himself View Post
    it's pretty great.



    It is!

    It's interesting because a little more than six months ago, I used to hang on the every rumor of new digital technology. And always had to have the latest and greatest, and never really feeling that 'creative groove'. Over the last six months I have found so much creative pleasure in 'new' but very old technology.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChristopherCoy View Post
    It is!

    It's interesting because a little more than six months ago, I used to hang on the every rumor of new digital technology. And always had to have the latest and greatest, and never really feeling that 'creative groove'. Over the last six months I have found so much creative pleasure in 'new' but very old technology.
    I got out of the digital game pretty quick... terribly boring.

    if you do get some old polaroid pack film you should try an image transfer too

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    Please tell me that Fuji hasn't decided to cut the FP100c. I just noticed that B&H has them on sale and 'has a limited supply at this price'.

    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc...ant_Color.html

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    yes they have I'm afraid, I only found out myself recently, like 2 days ago.

    but the 3000b will still be sold, does you cam have the 3000 setting?

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