Sep 8, 2009 1:45 PM
Hey kiddos, wanna know more about the fine art of photography? Today's special visitor to Outblush is our go to gal for photography, Meggan Haller of Keyhole Photo. Meggan and her husband Jeff provide documentary-style photography to a variety of industries and are rad people to boot. Want more? Check out their blog, look (a picture a day keeps 'em comin' back for more).
Ah, Polaroid. Takes me back to the innocent early days of my photography career, when "digital" was but a mere twinkle in my eye, and my beloved Polaroid Land camera was as close as I got to instant gratification. When I learned last year that Polaroid would be abandoning its' signature product, the instantly developed photograph, I might have shed a small tear. *Might Have* Thankfully, the Impossible Project has arrived to rescue the old Polaroid factory and get it working again. Of course saving an icon ain't cheap, dear readers, and the Impossible Project needs your help. How, you ask? Kick it old school and get yourself one of Urban Outfitter's limited edition Polaroid One 600 Classic Cameras ($180), which come with a 10-exposure pack of 779 Premium Film. Only 700 of these little beauties were made, and at $180, it's the least you can do to help an old friend.
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