I have used Polaroid SX-70 cameras since the 1980's.  The original Polaroid film made a brilliant, sharp, clear photograph, with a unique color palette.  The Impossible Project film started off quirky and somewhat unpredictable, BW as well as color, but eventually became more reliable and stable.   I wish I had used more of the early batches, especially the BW, before it got "better".  The film is now made by Polaroid Originals, which by the way is not connected to the "original" Polaroid company. 

Regardless of the film, with this medium, each press of the shutter button produces a unique and cleanly presented photographic object.  The scans here are generally as close as I can make them to the original.  
 

SX-70
Photographs by John A Kane SX-70
Moored 1
Photographs by John A Kane SX-70
Moored 2
Photographs by John A Kane SX-70
Portland
Photographs by John A Kane SX-70
Moab
Photographs by John A Kane SX-70
In the Red Room
Photographs by John A Kane SX-70
Palm Reader
Photographs by John A Kane SX-70
Hawthorn, Nevada
Photographs by John A Kane SX-70

Photographs by John A Kane SX-70
Palm Springs -- photographs on expired Polaroid Time-Zero film
Photographs by John A Kane SX-70

Photographs by John A Kane SX-70

Photographs by John A Kane SX-70

Photographs by John A Kane SX-70

Photographs by John A Kane SX-70
England
Photographs by John A Kane SX-70
England
Photographs by John A Kane SX-70
Southwold, England
Photographs by John A Kane SX-70
Bisbee
Photographs by John A Kane SX-70
Walking Into Light
Photographs by John A Kane SX-70

Photographs by John A Kane SX-70
Rt 66, Tucumcari
Photographs by John A Kane SX-70

Photographs by John A Kane SX-70
Two Guns, Arizona
Photographs by John A Kane SX-70

Photographs by John A Kane SX-70
San Antonio
Photographs by John A Kane SX-70

Photographs by John A Kane SX-70
Self Portrait, 2012
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