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Polaroid and Art World
Old 06-14-2017   #1
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Polaroid and Art World

It could be of interest to the lovers of Polaroid, Impossible or Fuji Instant Photography:

How the Polaroid Camera Seduced the Art World

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Thanks Robert. Looks like it could be an interesting addition to existing books on Polaroid, going from the previews which show some discussion and history. This book appears to go into more depth than The Polaroid Book (Taschen), which has a short essay by Barbara Hitchcock - co-editor of The Polaroid Project - about the meeting of Land and Ansel Adams, and an illustrated history of Polaroid camera models at the back.
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yes, it seems like you say. I have the Taschen book and also "Polaroid the magic material"by Florian Kaps (Impossible) which I bough by Supersense.
I admit I just gave a look at pictures but not yet read it!
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I bought one of these Fuji Instax just to try it out. That are fantastic for parties and people love them. Other than that, I have no use for them at all. The pictures are so tiny and don't have much resolution to begin with.
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