| Dec 19, 11:00 AM
Welcome back to the newest addition to the Impossible Blog: Analog Travelog. We’ll be sharing with you fantastic instant photos taken on voyages the world over. This entry focuses on Maree Spraggon and her recent visit to Nice, France…
I went to Nice for four days at the end of the November…officially for a conference but unofficially to eat lots of food, drink Provençal wine, shop and take photos; some digital, some iPhone and some polaroids. My SX-70 OneStep had a few shots left on a PX 70 Color Shade Cool film pack and then I had the opportunity to try the new PX 70 Color Protection film that I’d recently bought in Vienna. I’m impressed….not having to whisk it straight into the dark somehow made it so much more relaxing compared to the previous generations of film and the colours seem to be holding much better. The light along the promenade is particularly special in the morning and evening….you can’t go wrong; and I enjoyed conversations with random people asking about the camera and where the film comes from… people seem genuinely pleased when they find out that the Polaroid experience is not dead. I’ll be taking some more PX 70 to the other side of the world for Christmas…and some PZ 680 Color Protection for the Spectra camera… bring on summer.
Thank you to Maree for taking part in Analog Travelog! To see more of her photos, please visit her Flickr photo stream.
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