Impossible USA Film

I’ve recently gotten my hands on the new PX70 Color Protection Film from Impossible USA. The new Color Protection film doesn’t require protection from light for it to develop, unlike the previous version. It does take about 30 to 40 minutes to develop. Out of habit, I still protect the film once it has ejected out of the camera by placing it in between pages of a book. Which works great, but sometimes, I forget all about the photo until much later. No harm though.

So far, I really love the color tones. At times it’s very yellow and warm and other times, there’s a hint of cyan. I’m still experimenting with the best way to shoot with this film and using the Lighten/Darken wheel on the SX70 camera. All the photos are dreamy and that’s the charm of instant film.

Check out Technique Thursday on Let the Kids and see the magic of instant film by Impossible USA and give some love to all the other participants.

 

All photos below were shot one the same day and various times.

Impossible USA PX70 Color Protection Film
olive on our back stoop
Impossible USA PX70 Color Protection Film
deck chair and tote
Impossible USA PX70 Color Protection Film
blueberries
Impossible USA PX70 Color Protection Film
olive on the bed - lots of stripes
Impossible USA PX70 Color Protection Film
tulips in the window - my very first shot with the px70 film
Impossible USA PX70 Color Protection Film
the red bialetti
Impossible USA PX70 Color Protection Film
olive with a bag of blueberries

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