“An Impossible Day” – Polaroids from a photo day with Dad using Sepia Type 100 ISO 1500 film purchased @Imposs

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On Monday my Dad and I decided to share a photo day in Toronto. At the last minute, rather than take my DSLR, I decided to pull my Mamiya RZ67 out of mothballs and shoot the box of Sepia Paul Giambarba Edition Polaroid Type 100 ISO 1500 film I purchased at The Impossible Project store in New York way back in November.

The Impossible Project is an organization that is attempting to keep instant Polaroid-style photographer alive by manufacturing their own instant film to replace the nearly-gone stock of Polaroid manufactured film.

There’s a photo of my Dad, Rod, in the lower left corner.

 

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