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Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Top 5 places to eat...

...around the Vienna office

by Thomas Preyer


When you "survive" one of our tours, you will most likely be craving something tasty to eat. Therefore we gathered our favorite places to eat, close to the ending point of our tours, our office. Treat yourself after a long morning of sightseeing with something delicious to bite.

The PolaWalk office is located in Vienna's 9th district, Alsergrund. It is close to the metro stations Schottentor and Schottenring and right next to the tram station Schlickgasse.

Yummy!
Let's find out what the top 5 are!

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

The Jury is out! What other's say...


Bloggers on PolaWalk

by Thomas Preyer

A PolaWalk is an unique event and therefore an individual experience. No tour is like the other. Today we present you a number of bloggers that joined one of our tours. Just click their highlighted names and read what they have to say about their tour (some of them are in German).

Weibi brought here dog Puppi on the walk last year. That dog even has it's own Facebook page! Fräulein Catherine was on the same tour. They all pulled of a magnificent jump Polaroid. Catherine liked us so much she even mentioned us in here hotspots Top 10 for Vienna! That was even before we launched our shop. We got way more awesome since ;-)

Jump!

Monday, July 21, 2014

How To Give A PolaWalk As A Present

Group.Gifts.Better.

by Thomas Preyer



What is the easiest way to give someone a tour with us? Simplewish group gifts & jollydays!


The Simplewish gift box
Now you can make someone a group gift by giving them a jollydays gift certifictate for one of our tours or workshops. Follow the link or search jollydays.at for "Polaroid".

It is easy to set up and completely free. Split the costs and make a meaningful gift instead of just another bottle of wine.


Friday, July 4, 2014

Impressions - PolaWalk goes Graz

Polaroid Photo Tour in Graz

by Thomas Preyer


Last weekend we brought PolaWalk to Graz, the capital of Styria. 

Here are some impressions from the wonderful walk around the city. Big thanks to Lubo for planning the tour with us. Also thanks to the ESN in Graz for promoting the event. Everyone had a great time and we are already thinking about coming back in autumn. If you want to be updated on that matter and get other news and offers from us, please subscribe to our newsletter.



Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Launch - PolaWalk Shop

Polaroid Cameras, Film & Accessories

by Thomas Preyer

We launched our very own online shop and are very proud to offer you a fine selection of instant photography related products. At the moment we carry original, carefully selected and tested Polaroid cameras, “The Impossible Project” instant film and accessories, as well as the fun products by the Spanish design firm DOIY.


Please join us on our walk around the shop:



Camera Package - Basic, incl. original Polaroid camera & Impossible instant film

Friday, April 4, 2014

Test Lab - New Impossible Generation 2.0 Color Film

Welcome to the Test Lab - Today: Testing new instant film

by Thomas Preyer

Hey everyone,

today we are testing the new version of "The Impossible Project" Color 600 film. It is, at the moment, only available to Impossible Pioneers and will be released to the public later in 2014.


New opacification layer


Among the most distinctive changes is the new opacification layer. That layer is made to protect your image from light, as there is, within all film, a negative layer in an instant picture. This dark blue, chemical layer currently needs about 30 minutes to fully disappear.

The new layer will start to disappear a lot faster, as you will see, after about 2 minutes. The picture will still need about 30 minutes to fully develop, but you will see a lot sooner if you have shot or not. This is, in my opinion, a huge step forward.

What else changed? Well, read on and watch the video for more information.


Friday, March 28, 2014

Polaroid Camera Encyclopedia: The Polaroid Studio Express

Polaroid Camera Encyclopedia: The Polaroid Studio Express 

by Thomas Preyer


This awesome beast is one of our newer acquisitions. What is it, you might ask?


Polaroid Studio express - passport photo camera

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Instant Photography Tip #2: Film & Travel

Instant Photography Tip #2: Film & Travel

by Thomas Preyer


Our last instant photography tip was all about storing film. Now it is time to empty your film fridge and take your camera on the road! Because film is for shooting and not hoarding, isn't it?

Film fridge - Instant film is for shooting, not for hoarding ;)

Sunday, January 26, 2014

Peel-Apart Polaroid Film - A brief introduction


Peel-Apart Polaroid Film - A brief introduction to the "other" instant film

by Thomas Preyer


Most of you probably know the iconic, classic, white Polaroid frame. Yes, this one:



Classic frame - The Impossible Project PX 680 Color Protection film

But, as you may not be aware off, there was a generation of film before this so called integral film. Let's find out more about this...

Thursday, January 9, 2014

Project 365 - A Polaroid a day...


Our 365 project - A Polaroid a day keeps the doctor away. 

by Thomas Preyer


What is a 365 project?


We decided to challenge ourselves with a 365 photography project. What is that?


Quite simple: Take a picture. One each day. For a year.


365project.org is a website dedicated to these kind of photo projects and has a lot of useful tips, but we decided to do it on our Flickr page. Naturally we only use scans of Polaroids for the project.


7/365 - House in Guntramsdorf

Friday, January 3, 2014

Instant Photography Tip #1: How To Store Film

Instant Photography Tip: How To Store Film

by Thomas Preyer


We are kicking off the new year with an exiting new series of posts. This series is all about the little things you need to know about instant-photography.

Preserve your film


Instant-film is full of sensible chemicals. To help preserve you precious film for as long as possible, you have to follow a few simple rules.

This is how previously frozen film looks like... Not cool! Okay, somewhat cool ;)