CREED O’Hanlon joins Eoin Drinan and begins by talking about the inspiration behind the Impossible Project which seeks to maintain production of Polaroid film for non-digital photographers.
Creed says a Polaroid is a “one off” image and that the chemical production process creates a particular, unique atmosphere in the resulting photographs.
Creed speaks of the variations that each individual camera creates, transforming the photo in a way that any other camera, even of the same brand, will not.
|Duration: 12'06"||DATE: July 25, 2013|
|Themes:Global Issues with a Local Focus|
|Keywords:polaroid photography, the impossible project, analog photography, creed o'hanlon, physical photograph, instant photograph in digital world|
|Creator:Near FM||Publisher:Near FM|
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