Photo Impressionism is a hand-applied technique on an original Polaroid photograph. The effect is created by the photographer shortly after taking a photograph with an SX-70 Polaroid camera using the “Time Zero” film. The photographer turns into an artist by using special tools to paint with the emulsion inside of the photo envelope. The emulsion remains soft enough to be blended, mixed, and distorted by the artist. This effect creates a painted impressionistic look to each photograph. ALL IMAGES ARE AVAILABLE IN THE FULL IMAGE SQUARE FORMAT.
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