Splashlight Studio, New York, NY • 01.06

The images in the LandScape series first began as a Polaroid, created with the iconic SX-70 Land camera. Just as the landscape around us constantly changes, so does the accessibility and types of mediums used in the art world. While the images first started out as a product of a camera that was on the cutting edge in 1972, they have been altered using current technology.

From the Polaroid website:
“Please be advised that Polaroid will be discontinuing the manufacture of its SX-70 Time-Zero film within the first 3 months of 2006 due to the phasing out of components used in the production of this film. We are very sorry for the inconvenience. For customers who would like to continue using their SX-70 camera, we can offer some film alternatives below. However, we do appreciate that these films do not offer the same characteristics as SX-70 / Time-Zero film.”

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