We take an incredible amount of photos which onced snapped are just left in an archive among thousand of other pics. Rarely do we look back at them whilst on the cloud or left on our phone albums. There was a time where we cherished the photos we took that we would frame and even hang up on a wall. Much more thought would go into every shot when we were tasked with a limited film roll. Today we just quickly shoot through 10 shots in order to get a good one. If you want to go back to the feeling of holding a photo in the palm of your hands but in an instant way, nothing beats the Polaroid camera. The ‘Impossible Project’ came about after Polaroid announced the end of the production in 2008. With a group of Pola passionates who found the formula to make Polaroid film again, Pola’s are back and so are the cameras that they carefully refurbish to snap those instants. You don’t always get second chances. So if you want to make another instant special again on a ‘Pola’ take a look at this limited edition Impossible Project Polaroid ‘OneStep 600′ camera with its funky blue colourway. The object itself is worth having as memorabilia. BUY
Did you know: In 1933 physician Edwin Herbert Land invented a filter that later enabled him to build a camera to make a photo appear instantly.
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