These images, now no longer able to be made following the demise of film manufacturing by Polaroid, were made with a 4x5 Ebony view camera with a Polaroid back. Once the exposure was made, it was pulled from the back, which started the development process. After careful timing, the positive and negative parts of the print were separated, with the negative being rolled with a brayer onto 300 lb. Arches Hot Press watercolor paper. A hit and miss prospect, but when things worked, the images were magical.