Polaroid ART

ARTIST’S NOTE: These were all shot in the stu­dio using slaved soft­boxed strobes fired by bounc­ing the cam­era flash into a card which tripped the strobes…kinda tricky because the SX70 did not have a flash sync and was’nt intended to be used this way. I wasted a lot of film test­ing it out. Even­tu­ally I got a nice effect which played off the creamy soft look of SX70 Time Zero film.

ARTIST’S NOTE: These Polaroids were shot on loca­tion and manip­u­lated on the spot as they devel­oped and before they hard­ened. The SX70 Time Zero film reacted dif­fer­ently depend­ing on the out­door tem­per­a­ture, on hot days the film was almost watery. Col­ors were added with per­ma­nent mark­ers (or not) back at the studio.

ARTIST’S NOTE: These Polaroids were shot indoors using win­dow light and manip­u­lated on the spot as they devel­oped and before they hard­ened. Col­ors were added with per­ma­nent markers.

ARTIST’S NOTE: These Polaroids were shot in the stu­dio using a slaved strobe in a soft­box for an arti­cle in Runner’s World Magazine.