Time Adjustments

When you score some discontinued Impossible Project film, the next question is what to use it for. What could possibly look good in baby blue and baby pink? The challenge here was to find something that would do the film justice, and something that would play into my obsession with the passage of time. I think I found something adequate.

Time Adjustments:

Time Adjustment #1

Time Adjustment #1

These were photographed on my Canon 5D II, post-processed in Photoshop, then transferred onto Impossible Project duochrome film (cyan/magenta) via my Samsung phone and the Instant Lab. The results on this film are exactly how I envisioned them, and I have turned them into a collage similar to the one pictured.

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My Favorite RV

For years now, I have been coming back to this same RV; it is sitting on somebody’s lot, slowly rusting away, covered inside with poison ivy, used partially as storage for other junk. Some of the windows have bullet holes, or at least they look like bullet holes. Friends tell me it has been there even longer.

My Favorite RV:

My Favorite RV #1

My Favorite RV #1

These were photographed on my Canon 5D II, post-processed in Photoshop, then transferred onto Impossible Project Color 600 film (Version 3.0) via my Samsung phone and the Instant Lab. It may be kind of a round-about way of doing it, but I wanted full control over the outcome and therefore didn’t want to rely on what my vintage Polaroid 600 camera would or would not give me. The results on this film are exactly how I envisioned them; I find especially the blues stunning.

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Looking Glass Fashionistas

Barbie dolls to me are an inherently uncreative toy; even though there are countless accessories, the role play is pretty much prescribed. So why not turn them into a canvas, have them follow my own fashion trend?

Looking Glass Fashionistas:

Looking Glass Fashionistas #1

Looking Glass Fashionistas #1

The Impossible Project emulsion transfers make them seem as if I had captured them through a looking glass.

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Doll House Dream Visions

Barbie dolls to me are an inherently uncreative toy; even though there are countless accessories, the role play is pretty much prescribed. So why not turn them into a canvas, have them follow my own fashion trend?

Doll House Dream Visions:

Doll House Dream Visions #1

Doll House Dream Visions #1

Photographed with a Holga lens attachment, these diptychs are the visions you might see of your toys at night, when they take on a life of their own.

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2015 Worldwide Photo Walk in Ohio City, Cleveland/Ohio

I used some polaroids that didn’t turn out from another projects for some gesso transfers of photos taken at the Ohio City Photo Walk in 2015.

Ohio City and West Side Market

2015 Ohio City photo walk; gesso transfer to polaroid.

2015 Ohio City photo walk; gesso transfer to polaroid.

While not yet part of a project – if you’re interested in any prints from this series, please contact me!