The Impossible Project'sfactory outlet store (in Enschede, the Netherlands) has been open for a while now (on fridays from 11 am - 4 pm), but I hadn't paid them a visit yet, until today. It's a tiny store selling polaroid cameras, new Impossible film packs, buttons and photo frames. The perfect opportunity to test the new PX 680 film (that I received yesterday) and to buy a few packs of PX black frame film of course.
I took this shot without using the flash (if I'm not mistaken the store was lit by fluorescent light) and I kept it covered for at least 5 minutes. It's 'unedited'. Impossible's new colour film is a colour film indeed! It's exciting to see how far they've come.
Tomorrow should be a sunny day- hopefully I'll be able to test this film a little more then. I'm looking forward to it!
I had planned to redesign this website first, but that has to wait a little longer, unfortunately. There is a new blog for my iPhone365 project online though, so if you're interested in the project you can now subscribe to the rss feed.
I have decided to start a second iPhone365. I have been thinking for some time now about wanting to do another daily project or a weekly or themed project. Came up with various plans and ideas but in the end I decided it would be best not to make it too difficult if I really wanted to keep this up for another year. So I chose the iPhone as a camera again, the format black and white squares. I will try to strive for quality as much as possible, I won't be trying to upload each and every day.
Photo 1- the meter measures absolute darkness, which is where I felt I was, being unfocussed and all. Day one and it points to 1. It's also referring to the last photo of my previous project and if you look closely you can see that photo here too.
Photo 2 was the image I saw as soon as I walked into a certain basement that day. As soon as I saw it I had one of those oh! moments where I just had to snap it immediately. Less thought out, more feeling, this one.