I've been a photography buff for most of my 62 years and I still enjoy shooting film - even in this digital age. Near the top of my list of favorite film cameras are the Polaroid Land cameras of which I have a small collection. Digital images are no doubt beautiful in their own right, but, in my view, are almost too perfect. I love the imperfections of analog film images. Indeed, their beauty is often found in those very imperfections. They have a soft warmth that I do not find in a digital image.
Here are some images produced by the Polaroid Land Cameras I have in my collection. The images were shot with Polaroid 100, 210, 230, 250 and 420 Land cameras using either Fuji FP-100C or FP-3000B instant film. Depending on the image, I scan either the print or the negative and usually some light "tweeking" is done with the scanned image in Lightroom such as contrast / brightness, vignetting and toning. I hope that you enjoy them. The images where shot in our gardens or in our woods, or in the surrounding rural area where we live in west-central Illinois.
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Music is "Pachabelly" by Huma-Huma