Polaroid SX70 manipulations from Egglab Media

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    Wow - you're awfully brave to be doing faces. :thumbup: Every person I've done ends up looking rather monstrous. :lol: These are very well done. #3 has a nice haunted quality about it. Nice job! :) For the life of me, I can't make out anything in the last image, though. What was it?
     
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    I agree...well done. :D especially like the third one and sixth.
    I was recently given an SX-70...mebbe you can tell me where and which kind of film it takes and where to buy it online?
     
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    Thanks so much...

    The last one was a face, but ended up completely distorted, I just liked the way the colours turned out.

    Just used regular SX70 film and a hairdryer to get the emulsion loose.
     
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    Ah forgot this one - a fave of mine!

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    This technique is done with Time Zero film, which is about to be discontinued. It's still out there for a few months, so if your camera was free and you want to play with it awhile longer, have at. Here is the thread with additonal links about this crushingly bad news:

    http://www.thephotoforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=25566nks
     

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