Question about Konica Photography
Also try to cover the picture right when it comes out of the camera, impossible films has an extra cover for that purpose, it a black carton that you clip on to your camera, so when the picture comes out it covers it. when the picture is out take it out right away and leave it upside down on the table or put it in your pocket so no more light touches it. let it develop slowly in the dark for about i would say 10-15 minutes.
Posted on Nov 23, 2014
If you are shooting with the new film from the Impossible Project, you need to turn the button which makes the photos come out light or dark all the way to the dark side. At most cameras this little button is next to the lense. It's hollow and you should be able to see a little lense inside of it. You probably took your photos with the button to the light side, which causes your photos to come out lighter (this was useful for taking photos with a dark background). I also recommend you to buy a flash for your camera. I use a Polaroid as well and I noticed how my photos didn't get overexposed when I used my flash. Odd isn't it.
Posted on Oct 22, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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