Today, we bring you a summary of Impossible’s Tutorial Tuesday from last week. In this post we’ll outline the tips and photos Impossible shared over on their Twitter page during the chat. Some tips have been covered in previous Tutorial Tuesday’s but with the help of these tips, hopefully you’ll have more “keepers” in your pack of 8.
600 Film Shooting Tips
When shooting a 600 camera in bright natural light, no flash required. Always use a flash indoors.
The 600 is a great first instant camera as it’s lightweight and easy to use.
Everything you need to know about the Polaroid 600, including manuals here.
Learn how to install a frog tongue on your Polaroid 600 camera.
Polaroid 600 film has an ISO of 640, which makes it the best film for shooting at dusk
Did you know you can shoot 600-type film in your SX-70 using an ND filter? Find out how here.
Learn how to adjust the slider on your 600 camera according to the light here.
The ASA is a bit higher than the original film and therefor, it is important to put the settings in the following:
Polaroid 600 – slide to 1/4 in the dark
Polaroid 600 – keep the settings in the middle
Shadow in Daylight:
Polaroid 600 – slide 1/4 to light
Thanks for checking in with us for Impossible Tutorial Tuesday! Next week, SX-70 film shooting tips!