Pigeon Point Light, all photos by Heather Polley
Polaroid SX-70 Alpha-1 camera, Impossible Project SX-70 B&W Black Frame film.
Two photos of the Getty Center, Los Angeles from 2011. Shot with a 360 Land Camera and expired Polaroid Chocolate 100 film. Photos by Heather Polley.
Day Five of ‘Roid Week.
Sharpening The Talons, by Heather Polley
Day Four of ‘Roid Week. Shot with an SX-70 camera and Impossible Project PX70 Cool film.
Japantown, San Francisco, by Heather Polley on Flickr.
Day Three of ‘Roid Week. Shot with an iPhone 4, filtered with Instagram, Impossible Project Instant Lab, Impossible PX680 Color Protection film.
Top: Getty Curve, Los Angeles
Bottom: Walt Disney Concert Hall Blur, both photos by Heather Polley
Day Two of ‘Roid Week: Happy Accidents
It was a very hot day, near 90F, and the Impossible Project PX70 Cool film reacted strangely to the heat. The photo of the concert hall at dusk was a case of me forgetting to turn the exposure dial to dark for a shorter exposure (makes for more detailed night photos). I like how they came out, anyway. Both photos shot with an SX-70 camera.
Potrero Hill Sunset Rainbow, by Heather Polley
Day One of ‘Roid Week 2014
iPhone 4 photo, Impossible Project Instant Lab, Impossible Project Color 600 Gen 2.0 test film, from two different packs. One was smooth, and one was speckled.
Heather Polley Photography
This began as a way to explore unique pairings of art and music, but three years on, it's a lot less disciplined and (I hope) more interesting.My photos, photos by others, Baroque painting, Andy Goldsworthy, Japanese prints, silent film, opera and classical music, Sufjan Stevens, DM Stith, whatever I'm listening to right now. Art and music pairings, with the occasional personal aside.