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".  

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

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
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Moab
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In the Red Room
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Palm Reader
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Galway 1998
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Hawthorn, Nevada
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Photographs by John A Kane SX-70
Palm Springs -- photographs on expired Polaroid Time-Zero film
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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
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England
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Southwold, England
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Bisbee
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Walking Into Light
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Photographs by John A Kane SX-70
Rt 66, Tucumcari
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Photographs by John A Kane SX-70
Two Guns, Arizona
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Photographs by John A Kane SX-70
San Antonio
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Photographs by John A Kane SX-70
Self Portrait, 2012
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