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yotie

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Hello!
I wanted to ask her if it interests enough people and if its possible to create a panel about polaroid film manipulation:
I plan to explain, with maybe the help of two other friends
-How to take polaroid pictures properly
-which film to choose and advices about the films
-how and where to buy a camera

and the most important part of the panel, explaining the different traditional art of manipulating polaroid pictures such as
-making transfers
-making transparent pictures
-making emulsion lifts on canvas or on objects such as rocks/lamps etc http://www.furaffinity.net/view/7148838/
-distorting the picture
-drawing with the chemicals contained in the film http://www.furaffinity.net/view/6784443/
-Multiple exposure (explained for any kind of polaroid camera)
-printing a picture on a real polaroid film http://www.furaffinity.net/view/6717957/
-building a pinhole camera using polaroid film and a shoe box
and more stuff on demand : )

So does that interest people?
and is it "okay" to be part of the panels in Eurofurence?
I thought of it because its traditional art and it can be furry related

thank you : )

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Re: Panel Suggestion : Polaroid Photo traditional manipulation
« Reply #1 on: 06.04.2012, 19:55:04 »

That sounds VERY interesting, Yotie. I'm also into photography so maybe I can learn a few things about it.
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