Dr Love by Patrick Tobin on PX 680 Color Protection
If there's something strange in your Impossible hood, who you gonna call? DR. LOVE!
If your camera's not acting like it should, who you gonna call? DR. LOVE!
Most of you know that if you encounter camera or film anomalies, you can count on Impossible USA's Camera Resource Manager Frank Love to provide helpful insight and assistance in order to make things right. Affectionately called Dr. Love, Frank has had years of experience with instant cameras and film. He knows the many nooks and crannies of these cameras and speaks regularly with our factory team about the further evolution of our film materials. There isn't often a question Frank can't answer.
We decided it was time once again to share some of the more popular Dr. Love posts from the Impossible Blog.
DR. LOVE'S TIPS
DR. LOVE'S TIP: FORMATS, MATERIALS & MACHINERY
Find out more about the film production machinery we have available (and the machinery we don't) with Formats and Materials and Machinery, Oh My! CLICK HERE
by Veyser Pierre on PX 680 Color Protection
DR. LOVE'S TIP: SX 70 TROUBLESHOOTING
Pinpoint and solve SX 70 difficulties with the SX 70 Troubleshooting Guide. CLICK HERE
by Joep Gottemaker on PX 70 Color Protection
DR. LOVE'S TIP: SHOOTING CHECKLIST
Know exactly what you need for a successful day of shooting! CLICK HERE
by Andy Kleinmoedig on PX 680 Color Protection
DR. LOVE'S TIP: PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS
We also asked Frank to talk about his three favorite products:
»If you’re looking for a more formal way to present your shots, any of the Halbe frames look amazing on the wall, or on a bookshelf. My favorite are the 3-photo frames, either Distance or Classic. You can do a simple series or with the Distance, get creative and do anything you want within the frame.«
US$ 55.99 | JPY 5,527
»I used to hold onto old cartridges, pull the battery out, and use the pack and spring as a frame of sorts. This might work ok here and there around a desk or bookshelf, but it has its limitations, especially on a fridge. The magnetic wall stars look great on a fridge, aren’t messy to apply, and best part is are very easy to move around as you add to a growing collage.«
US$ 13.99 | JPY 1,750
PX 680 COLOR PROTECTION
»As no surprise I think my favorite product simply has to be our film. Right now I still am amazed at what is produced from the new PX 680 Color Protection film. I had become so accustomed to shooting and shielding and doing specific temperatures for one film or another, it’s almost strange to just shoot a frame without too much thought about what I do with it. It’s amazing to see how far this film has come in the last few years.«
US$ 23.49 | JPY 2,499
by Kelly Knaga on PX 680 Color Protection
by Claudia Toloni on PX 680 Color Protection
To see more of Dr. Love's tips and tricks CLICK HERE
Any questions for Dr. Love?
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