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rebirth of retro

Posted by Caitlin | June 18th, 2009 | Filed under Compassionate Capitalism, Uncategorized


A few weeks ago, The New York Times wrote an article about the death and hopeful resurrection of Polaroid film. In the Netherlands, a small group of Dutch scientists are working tirelessly in an abandoned Polaroid factory to reinvent the film that so many photographers have come to love and now cherish. The New York Times Lens blog later asked readers to send in their own Polaroids. Check out the overwhelming response here.

One Response to “rebirth of retro”

  • June 18, 2009 at 12:36 pm | Eugénie says

    caitlin, you’re too modest. it’s pretty damn cool that the photo editors there (some of the best on the planet, in my opinion) included one of your shots. To find Caitlin’s polaroid, look for the guys in the lake (or whatever that is), one with his head above water, the other with his feet up in the air.

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