Polaroid Week (aka ‘Roid Week) started in 2006 as way to celebrate instant film and takes place twice a year – once in springtime, and again in the fall. Each time it rolls around we are overwhelmed by the number of impressive photographs on display, with seasoned instant photographers sharing their tips and tricks with newcomers to the medium. We’ve selected a few of the shots captured on Impossible film that caught our eye, but there’s still plenty of time to take part. Add your own photos to the pool on flickr or use the #polaroidweek when you upload your photos to the web this weekend.
‘Wells Gray Ranch’ by Thomas Preyer
‘Looking back on my old writings […]’ by Lou Noble
‘Suspended in light and web’ by Paul A. Rizer
‘The lady and the sunflower #1‘ by Lucile Le Doze
‘It is a beautiful web we weave.’ by Ruth Storey
‘Beautiful Imperfection’ by Amanda Mason
‘Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse’ by Kristian Thacker
‘Emulsion Lift’ by Miquel Àngel
 ‘Wolf’s At The Door’ by Justin Magness
‘6_small’ by Anna Blightman

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If you’ve not tried making photos on instant film, our Starter Pack could be just what you need. If you’re already using Impossible film, help us celebrate Polaroid Week by sharing your own photos on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and the Impossible Gallery

The header for this image was created by Julia R. Holcomb.

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