While nobody that loves shooting Polaroid will fail to express a sense of indebtedness to the Impossible Project (now referred to as Polaroid Originals) for the resurrection of instant film following Polaroid’s demise, their film is yet fraught with quality issues, in particular, inconsistencies from batch to batch. One pack of film will work wonderfully, while the next may blurb developer on your rollers or demonstrate quirks in color. Still better than having your SX-70 go on Ebay or sit in a closet or thrift store shelf. I will continue to support them and look for a quality improvement process, as I love shooting in this format, both color and black and white.
“He knew today that his life was forever changed in that one moment and he was clueless as to why or how it was. Never in his life had he ever felt that quick response to anyone. Breathless and unable to look away from her, like if he did she would disappear.”
― P.J. Fiala, Second Chances