| Oct 31, 11:00 AM
Welcome back to Viewfinder, our ongoing series in which we present you with interesting projects people are working on that incorporate Impossible film. This week, we’re happy to bring you beautiful Autumn photos from Scott Achs…
I usually think of myself as a contrarian, but from time to time, for the sake of inspiration, I find it important to experience a cliche. With this in mind, I put on my mid-October tourist hat, and along with my POLAROID ONE 600 and several packs of PX 680 Color Shade film I took to the road.
As I ventured through the dirt roads of backwoods New Hampshire, it was lovely to see how the fallen leaves maintained their color and how the stereotype of New England was fulfilled by a large maple, a barn, and an American flag.
I really appreciate what the saturation of the PX film does to the autumn season. It makes all the leaves softly vivid adding to the amazement of what maple trees can do to your eyes naturally. Perhaps for my next project I will consider tapping into my contrarian nature and photograph non-renewable energy sources and my love for Uranium…on Color Protection film, of course.
Thanks to Scott for taking part in Viewfinder! To see more of his photography, please visit http://blog.scottachs.com.