Impossible Project Polaroid 600 Review and Test

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Some time ago, a parcel was delivered to my home with a polaroid camera and a bunch of different films from the Impossible Project, one of the coolest and funkiest companies of today. The level of excitement I felt at that moment, while removing the packaging and going through the contents, was unbelievable; I just could not wait to start playing with the new toy I got.

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The Impossible Project Teams Up with Jack White’s Third Man Records For a New Film

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Today, the Impossible project is announcing something very different. In a collaboration with Jack White’s Third Man records, the company is releasing a new Duochrome film for Polaroid 600 series cameras. Essentially, it’s Impossible 600 film but the entire image is rendered in yellow and black. To celebrate, they’re holding a photography exhibition featuring three famous music and concert photographers.

These photographers are Patrick Pantano, who shot the cover photos for the White Stripes’ Elephant and White Blood Cells albums; musician and tour photographer David Swanson who has worked as Terry Richardson’s assistant, and Third Man’s own Angelina Castillo.

Third Man Records Edition Black & Yellow Film for 600 will be available for sale on the Impossible Project’s site on September 10th.

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