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Re: Polariod Transformations

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Numo Jaeger and Michael Miller (jaegmil)
Wed, 03 Sep 1997 10:39:01 -0400

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I have found that the best results for polariod transfers come when you use
a fine quality watercolor paper as your transfer paper.

Numo

At 02:18 AM 9/3/97 -0700, rooobin wrote:
>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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