Here's a sampling of some of my Polaroid lifts and transfers. Let's see....I like to step past the usual stopping point sometimes, so here are a couple examples. okay, here is your basic SX-70 manipulation, right? I used a copy stand to take shots of some of my stuff to submit to juried arts fests, so it occurred to me that this slide of an SX-70 manip might be fun to turn into something else. So, using Type 79 film (the old Polapan 100) I did an image transfer. This is fun film because of the goldenish cast it gives. I use it a lot. Image transfer of SX-70 manipulation: Another transfer using this film, from a copystand slide of an HIE print: Florida trees: Here I used a straight 35mm negative in the Daylab (colored it a little with chalks): And I tried the sepia film for this little coin series I did: 1945 Walking Liberty: And some unidentified 1909 coin: Bored yet? :mrgreen: One more. I shot this carved wall through a small waterfall at the Botanical Garden (the water movement explains the initial distortion here, I didn't do too much to the emulsion). Faces: Okay, I'm done. I can't find the fish shot, must be at home.