>be me bored as hell
>dig into some old stuff in home
>found polaroid 600 that i had when i was kid
>feel nostalgic and happy at the same time
>time to take pics
>there is no film in it
so any /film photographers/ here?
where can i get cheap ass films for polaroid?
also any advices with this kind of camera, tutorials, howtos are appreciated
It's an overused meme, I agree, but if anything is hipster, it's polaroid.
>where can i get cheap ass films for polaroid?
Impossible project is the only way to get new, un-expired polaroid 600 film. It's expensive as fuck (~$20 for 8 shots) and doesn't work like you remember (takes about 30 minutes to fully develop)
Old packs of polaroid film on ebay might be a little bit cheaper but long expired, so you're taking a gamble as to whether or not you'll get any usable shots out of it. I have no idea if polaroid film keeps as well as regular film when cold-stored.
I recommend buying EXPIRED Impossible Film, it's 50% off and the packs are usually only a month past expiration, so they still work pretty good. You might even like the imperfections they sometimes produce.
20 bucks for a pack is just too much.
Also, Color 3.0 is coming, halfed development time sounds awesome.
Worth it if you like the effects that polaroids can have definitely with the impossible film.
I'll dump some polaroid photos that I found on the internet