The IMPOSSIBLE Instant Lab bridges the gap between digital and analog, and photographers are embracing creating tangible photographs from their digital files that live in the real world. But getting great instant images can sometimes be a challenge. With a few simple tweaks using Google Snapseed or Adobe Photoshop Express, you can create the perfect instant color or black and white image exactly as you envisioned.
It’s finally happened, I finally released my first eBook on how to get GREAT images from the IMPOSSIBLE Instant Lab, and it’s available on Apples iBooks! If you’ve struggled with getting great images from the Instant Lab, this book will help you figure out how to understand the Lab, and how to master it.
A print version is in the works, so be on the lookout for it!
Heres the link to it in the iBooks store:
IMPOSSIBLE’s New BW Test Film FAST Developing right in front of your eyes!
It’s VERY contrasty, but it’s amazing how fast it develops and I didn’t shield this at all..heck, my 600 is missing it’s tiny flappy thing, so it just shoots out with NO protection at all!
Let Me In on Flickr.
She showed up one day on my property, emaciated, desperate, and I told myself, I can’t do this again.
But I gave her water and some food. And then she left.
When she came back the next day, I knew she was mine. She had been abandoned when she was pregnant, the vet thought, and only after her babies didn’t make it did she fend for herself…then she found me with only a few days left before she wouldn’t have made it.
This is my favorite image of my Amee. I was taking pictures laying by the water of the pool and didn’t want her knocking me in, so I kept the gate closed. But this the typical Amee look.
Let Me In
A lot of years have passed, and we’ve been through a lot, but we both ended up with the best people we could ever ask for.
Today we had to say goodbye, body failing, but always saying…let me in.
Pala Fields on Flickr.
There is this spot on the backroads on the way home that I’ve been wanting to stop and take a shot in the waning light of summer…Trouble is, it’s on a very busy part of the highway, and on the opposite side as well, so I always hesitate to try and stop. This time, there was light traffic, so I stopped, braved the crossing.
It reminds me of the golden fields of Kansas, full of wheat…this is California, so it’s just dry grass, but it’s almost the same.
Floating Lights on Flickr.
Floating above me at Starbucks, a sea of lights and trusses.
Summer Counts on Flickr.
It’s been a very warm Summer, and I’m over it. Too many 100+ F days and it’s not cooling down in the evening anymore. These objects say summer, but at the same time, they taunt me and make me want a nice sweater and a fireplace. I want to shiver.
Pockets of Stories at the Beach on Flickr.
I love all the little pockets of stories going on in this shot. A guy getting a phone number from a girl, two people just getting to the beach, a family trekking across the sand to set up and kids playing in the surf, oblivious to it all.
I also love how my Rollieflex gets out of my way and is a window to a world, that at the perfect time and a simple soft click, is captured.
Thoughts of Starbucks [Explored] on Flickr.
I’m always amazed and honored when I get a picture on Flickr Explore, but I really couldn’t guess which ones are Explore-worthy. My son, the subject of this picture, says it’s the subject, Dad, it’s the subject.
The Beauty in Camera Tank on Flickr.
Window light is amazing, and my Rolleiflex is such a joy to use…it gets out of the way and renders life beautifully.