Shot w/ Fuji 3.25 x 4.25 100 ISO pack film and my Polaroid 360. First image is the unaltered image, the developer sheet pressed on some printer paper with a rubber roller, and the final emulsion lift: I haven't yet gotten an emulsion lift I was happy with. This is no exception. Anyone have any helpful tips? Especially for scanning an emulsion lift without those ugly reflections. Also, how do you fix the emulsion to your medium? As soon as everything dries the emulsion becomes hard and tries to separate from the paper. I've heard of people using shellac, but I have no idea what kind or how I would go about applying it. Next is actually my friend's idea. I liked how it turned out. First two images layered plus plenty of level/color balance shenanigans: This stuff is pretty fun and easy to get usable results. Everybody should try it at least once. Polaroid cameras are cheap if you go wander around the flea market for a while or clean out your grandparent's closet. Thanks.