The Instant Film Society

March 11, 2013 § Leave a comment

As a handful of you probably know, I’ve been dedicating a lot of my time lately to promoting the use of instant film throughout the community here in Texas. The past 6 months have included a whirl-wind of activity that, for the most part, has been centered around instant film. I haven’t been posting as much on this blog. Many of the posts and educational material has been posted on The Instant Film Society‘s website.

Please take some time to check out our new website. From this point on, the instant film centric posts will be updated on our new website and I will occasionally post material that’s non-instant film related here.

Thanks for keeping in touch and taking the time to read the material I write. I appreciate you.



A Time-Lapse Video from our PolaWalk in Deep Ellum with the Instant Film Society

February 4, 2013 § 1 Comment

A little over a week ago, we hosted our monthly PolaWalk with the Instant Film Society, this time in Deep Ellum.  Steve Reeves, of Makeshift Photography, who was kind enough to let us use his studio for this particular get-together, set up his camera above the studio, snapped thousands of images during the 7+ hours we were there and created this really cool time-lapse video afterwards showcasing the event.

If you’d like to see more images from our PolaWalk, click here or check out this article the Dallas Observer posted.


PS – Thanks so much for taking the time to create this Steve.


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