Yearly Archives: 2010

On December 9th, 2010 supporters of the Big Apple Circus gathered for a holiday celebration prior to the evening’s performance. Patrons and performers were photographed on the 20×24 Camera by Elsa Dorfman, who for decades now has used the 20×24 exclusively for her photography. The Big Apple Circus is a circus that is based in […]

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The ART of POLAROID In the history of American photography, Edwin Land’s invention of Polaroid film in 1947 stands out as a profound influence on the work of many great photographers. As Polaroid technology evolved and was refined from the 50’s to the end of the 20th century (culminating in the astounding 20×24 inch format […]

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Like many fans of instant imagery and one whose career is inextricably bound to Polaroid film, I was greatly anticipating the release of Impossible Project’s first film release, PX 100. I purchased my first two packs last week and have been experimenting with different techniques and uses. Some of my earliest creative work was done […]

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A few weeks a go I posted a video of the Pod Machine in action on the 20×24 Studio site. Being an entrepreneurial industrialist comes with its own stress and I often have strange dreams about large Polaroid cameras and now production equipment. So I made this little film borrowing with great affection from Fritz […]

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