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Getting The Best From Impossible Instant Film

Tom Jackson

Getting The Best From Impossible Instant Film

Words and Images By Paul Ravenscroft  When Polaroid closed its last film factory in 2008 in the face of the digital onslaught, the classic square format instant medium looked like a doomed anachronysm. But from the ashes arose The Impossible Project, a group of former Polaroid employees led by analog entrepreneur and instant enthusiast Dr Florian Kaps, who bought part of the factory in Enschede, Holland, with a mission to save instant photography. Recognizing the massive challenge they faced, they took inspiration for their name from a famous quote by Polaroid founder and technical genius Edwin Land: “Don’t undertake a...


Impossible I1 Launch London in Pictures

Tom Jackson

Impossible I1 Launch London in Pictures

  Yashica T5 + Kodak Portra 400