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Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Polaroid Photo-Tip #3: Shooting in Hot Weather


Polaroid Photo-Tip #3: Shooting in hot weather

by Thomas Preyer (last updated: Dec. 22, 2016)


Today's tip is about what to do when it's hot outside:

When it’s hot outside (more than 28 degrees Celsius or 83 degrees Fahrenheit) we recommend keeping the picture out of the sunlight and/or at a cool place (i.e. in the film box next to a cold beverage in your bag) once it exited the camera for development. This will help minimizing unwanted orange or red tinted pictures.

Here are a few samples:






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