An analog instant photo's genesis is a sensitive chemical reaction that requires warmth, just like you! Back in the day, Edwin Land himself warmed his first instant photos under his arm in extreme cold. It's no different nowadays; all you need is your body warmth to get great photo results.
by Samuel Blenkin on PX 70 Cool
by Jarek Kasprowiak on PX 70 Color Protection
WARM YOUR PHOTO
THE IMPOSSIBLE COLD CLIP
You can read more details on shooting Impossible film in cold weather in DR. LOVE'S FILM TIPS, and we suggest picking up the Cold Clip, initially invented by Edwin Land, reinterpreted by Impossible and finally back in stock.
Once your photo ejects from the camera, immediately put it into the Cold/Hot Clip. Icons on the clip will show you how your picture feels. If it's too cold (snowman icon) simply put it close to your body / under your arm, if it's too warm, cool it by holding it against something cold (coke can, fridge, etc). When the middle icon - the heart - is lightened, your Impossible picture feels just right and the results will be optimal. The Cold/Hot Clip also comes with a pen for manipulation, packed in a beautiful full-grain leather pouch.
US$ 20.99 | JPY 1,750
WARM YOUR BODY
THE POLARID CLASSIC FACTORY JACKET
In order to provide your Impossible photo with enough body warmth you need to stay warm yourself. To go with the Cold Clip we heartily recommend the Polaroid Classic Factory Jacket (worn under or above your winter jacket!). Beloved by many of our customers and ourselves, its classic, sporty yet elegant design features the legendary Polaroid rainbow stripe and emanates classic Polaroid style.
US$ 84.99 | JPY 8,750
WARM, WARMER, WARMEST
If your heart isn't warmed by these products for winter time, it might finally beat faster with this splendid smart combo:
COLD CLIP +
SAVE 16% !
USD 89.99 | JPY 9,500
WARM YOUR MEMORIES
THE IMPOSSIBLE TV EVENING
by Marion Birringer on PX 70 Color Protection
by Laura Alice Watt on PX 680 Color Protection
During the last year many things have happened on the Impossible road, and we had the pleasure to grace the TV screen in various broadcasts. To relive the greatest moments, cuddle up on your couch, get some hot chocolate or tea and enjoy these clips:
Reuters: Tech Tonic 2012
Discovery Channel: How It's Made - Instant Film, 2011
arte / ZDF / ORF: Polaroid - Magische Momente, 2010