If the revived Polaroid was as creative and innovative as today’s Polaroid, it probably wouldn’t have go out of business in 2001 and again in 2008. Today’s Polaroid knows how to keep the brand going.
Polaroid is not fashion, but it has something in common with a lot of fashion brand and that’s nostalgia. Perhaps, it is the nostalgia that has given birth to a unique collaboration between French sportswear brand Lacoste and the imaging company.
Lomography has launched a new Automat Glass instant camera that should appeal to both analog camera collectors and art enthusiasts alike. For this latest iteration, Lomography teamed up with UK artist Laura Slater to bring the artist’s textured, graphic artworks to the camera.
Now that I think of it, we have never seen image recording of any form in the Star Wars universe. Regardless, we imagined that if The Mandalorian ever take pictures, he’d use the Star Wars: The Mandalorian Edition Polaroid camera. IF Polaroid exists in the galaxy far, far away.
“Instant gratification” has changed since the arrival of digital cameras. However “instant” the gratification maybe with a digital camera, it is still missing one “instant” and that is print. Oh, wait. Never mind.
There’s probably no relation between Polaroid and the day when people celebrates love. OK. Maybe there is, if you are old enough to reminisce the time you and partner where out instant photographing yourselves. Whatever the case maybe, you may want to gift your love one a gadget to remind both of you of those …
If you like to photograph and print right there and then, well, we have good news. The super sleek Polaroid Mint Instant Print Digital Camera is now 50 percent off on Amazon. It was $99.99, but now, it is just $49.97.
Vintage folding camera is never synonymous with instant photography, but what if a camera with folding bellows does instant photography? Well, that’s exactly what the Jollylook Auto Vintage-style Instant Film Camera is about.
You probably have tens of thousands of photos in your smartphone, but lets be honest here. When was the last time you actually look at them? Hardly. Ever. That said, wouldn’t it be nice to relive those memories at a glance, as opposed to tapping and swiping? Well, that’s where Polaroid Lab.
Kodak’s authorized brand licensee, C+A Global’s Kodak Smile Instant Print Digital Camera and Kodak Smile Instant Print Digital Printer announced earlier this year are now officially available. For someone who are not keen in printing anything, I am skeptical about the reception of such products. But who am I to judge? I am very likely …