Wednesday, August 31


Okay, so I went a little crazy taking photos of the nasturtium. I just can't resist that deep green and the intricate veins on the leaves. I love the flowers too, but it's the leaves that really intrigue me.

My obsession with the leaves turned into a nice little project of taking shots with a couple different instant films. I think all of the films capture the colors nicely, but if I had to pick a favorite, it would probably the PX70 shot.

[Polaroid SX-70 with expired 600 film]

[Polaroid SX-70 Alpha with TZ Edge Cut film]

[Polaroid SX-70 Alpha with PX70 film]

This shot was my first with the latest PX70 and I had no idea what to expect. As the image developed, I was stunned by the intense green that it captured. This film totally rocks.

[Polaroid SLR 680 SE with PX680 First Flush film]

Which one is your favorite?


  1. What a lovely test! It's so interesting to see the different films side by side like this. I love the PX70 and of course I'm still a big fan on the old 600. :)

  2. I really love the next to the last shot, because of the depth of field -- and the green is so intense!


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