So I posted a picture of a cat my friend took on Reddit (top picture.)
The Internet suitably responded by naming it “hairline cat.”
Original comment thread - http://www.reddit.com/r/pics/comments/1zgfor/get_out_of_my_way_cat_im_taking_a_pict_waaait_a/?sort=new
Craig’s reaction to the palava - http://puu.sh/7i5Fg.png
Yesterday Indigo grabbed our Fuji Instax camera and snapped a self portrait of himself. Before the Instax had time to fully come out he grabbed it and shook it about, giving it a good crumple.
The top, white image is what eventually came out. I can only assume that one of the chemicals inside the film didn’t make it to the picture as Indigo was scrunching it.
As it looked like an inverted photo, I tried inverting it back in Photoshop - The bottom picture is that result.
Never seen this happen before on an Instax or Polaroid. Would be interested to here if anyone else has experienced it.
Can’t sleep. There’s a window in my room that really needs a curtain.
Operation Entrance hall floor: Complete.
18th November 2013. Indigo takes a self portrait using the Fuji Instax camera.
My boy taking his first self-portrait.
Ten spent P40 rough grade sanding discs. November 2013.