600 On A 600: Polaroid SF

We are back with another update from our 600 On A 600 project. After leaving Utah, Camera 1 made it’s way to San Francisco and into the hands of  Billy and Bruce from Polaroid SF.

We love the thought they put in to their shots and since I have never been to San Francisco, I really loved the instant (pun intended) tour. The film they choose to use was Impossibles PX680 Color Protection.

“We set out to give you San Francisco’s finest. But in a city this photogenic, where do you even start? So we pulled out a map and took you to some of SF’s greatest hits… The Golden Gate Bridge, the Cable Cars, Dolores Park, Sutro Tower, the Castro, The Balclutha at Hyde Street Pier, and Haight Street. Hopefully we’ve given you a glimpse into what makes this city so special to us”.

 

 

We’d like to thank Billy and Bruce again for being a part of this cameras amazing journey. Also, thanks again to The Impossible Project for helping us make this whole project happen. Please check out their shop for cameras and film to make your own instant memories.

 

Comments

  1. The last one is hilarious! I love this set, so fun!

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