I thought I would share these. They were taken on an old but beautifully made Polaroid SLR SX-70 land camera and Polaroid Time-Zero film.
The beauty about the process was that after the image developed there was a window of an hour or so to manipulate the emulsion under the Mylar surface. Beautiful images could be created with No digital involvement!
All that you needed was a blunt instrument to push the emulsion around. Sadly they stopped manufacturing the film in 2006 so now it’s like trying to find hens teeth.
People love them, I have sold quite a few as Fine Art prints over the years!