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Years ago I did this....I recommend that you call Poloroid. They sent a
representative to the school with cameras and gave us a workshop. My brain being
what it is, I would hate to give you the wrong directions. I DO remember that the
chemicals themselves involved inside the print (between the layers) are not
healthy, but if you follow the reps directions, everything will be OK...One of the
reasons I did not make this part of my curriculum is the expense of the film and
the availability of cameras.
Buerkle, Jennifer wrote:
> Hi, everyone..
> Just got in an order of books I bought 'cold' from a catalog, and one is
> especially intriguing, showing very impressionistic products made from Polaroid
> prints. Evidently when the inner emulsion is still soft, you can score and
> otherwise manipulate it. Anyone actually ever DO this?
> Jen in Tallahassee
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