The Impossible Project put it back on the world stage the Polaroid camera. Started in 2008 , this project was originated by Florian ‘Doc’ Kaps and André Bosman, who bought the last Polaroid film factory, and saved it from extinction. Thanks to them, all users can dust off their old Polaroid cameras and reuse them as well as introduce new users. The Impossible Project also has evolved the concept of Polaroid , to keep it afloat in the modern world. With this in mind, they created the Instant Lab which combines digital and analog photography , as well as the vintage charm of Polaroid. Through an app, all photos taken with an iPhone or iPod Touch, can be converted and printed in Polaroid format. What this app does, is to take a photo on the iPhone and then, through chemical processes prints photos, in different types of film offered by The Impossible Project. With this gadget, your better pictures can come to life , and not be ” buried ” inside digital world. You can get the Instant Lab HERE.
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