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Re: Polariod Transformations

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rooobin
Wed, 3 Sep 1997 02:18:09 -0700 (PDT)

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ok, hi :)

I was surfing the net for polariod transfers and your quick
note-as I will call it, was what it found for me...that's
an interesting theory and I will try it but polariod
transfers are, and this is just the information I have on
them so far, when you take a photograph on polariod film,
you remove it from it's other half just after it has
developed, say about 10 secs, as the normal time would be
60 secs, and then you place it ontop of something else,
like another piece of paper, and you end up with a polariod
transfer...make sense?

But yeh there are other ways, like you can melt the emulsion
in the oven and then rub it around, and you end up with this
really cool, smudged kind of effect...hmmmm...interesting huh?


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