‘Impossible’ Tutorial – Double Exposures With The Instant Lab

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We’re delighted to be working closer with The Impossible Project team as we continue to branch out and expand our reach with all things related to mobile photography. Analog post-processing of mobile images is becoming more and more popular and we’re going to make sure our readers are fully briefed on this very exciting development.

The Impossible Project is in many ways leading the way, but there is also a growing community of mobile artists and photographers experimenting with other analog post processing techniques in an attempt to make their mobile images stand out even more, in galleries, magazines and the like and we have viewed some outstanding images and techniques.

A good deal of my formal photographic training (many years ago) was spent in a huge college darkroom and it is an area that I’ve always enjoyed, I think you will too. I also had a very close working relationship with Polaroid built up through my years as Technical Editor for various UK photography print magazines/titles.

Today we are publishing a wonderfully creative tutuorial demonstrating how to create double exposures using your Instant Lab Camera and Impossible film. It’s quick to learn and this super cool effect can be reproduced across a myriad of different combinations.

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‘Impossible’ Tutorial – Collages with the Instant Lab using Mobile Images

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We’re delighted to be working closer with The Impossible Project team as we continue to branch out and expand our reach with all things related to mobile photography. Analog post-processing of mobile images is becoming more and more popular and we’re going to make sure our readers are fully briefed on this very exciting development.

The Impossible Project is in many ways leading the way, but there is also a growing community of mobile artists and photographers experimenting with other analog post processing techniques in an attempt to make their mobile images stand out even more, in galleries, magazines and the like and we have viewed some outstanding images and techniques.

A good deal of my formal photographic training (many years ago) was spent in a huge college darkroom and it is an area that I’ve always enjoyed, I think you will too. I also had a very close working relationship with Polaroid built up through my years as Technical Editor for various UK photography print magazines/titles.

Today we are publishing a wonderfully creative tutuorial demonstrating how to realize collages with the Instant Lab. It is the perfect tool to see beyond one image and to create large photomontages and collages.

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‘Impossible Interview’ with Sarah Seene An Instant Photographer With A Difference

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We’re delighted to be working closer with The Impossible Project team as we continue to branch out and expand our reach with all things related to mobile photography. Analog post-processing of mobile images is becoming more and more popular and we’re going to make sure our readers are fully briefed on this very exciting development. … Read more‘Impossible Interview’ with Sarah Seene An Instant Photographer With A Difference

The Impossible Project App – Updated

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Hopefully you’ve all heard of The Impossible Project by now, if not, then you must read our article by our fabulous Contributor Nick Spence – see here, when he attended a special event at The Apple Store in Covent Garden, London a few months ago demonstrating this project. The app update includes some great features … Read moreThe Impossible Project App – Updated

Hands On And Up Close With The IMPOSSIBLE Project For iPhone – By Nick Spence

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We’re delighted to publish this article by our fabulous new Contributor to TheAppWhisperer, Nick Spence. Nick has been a freelance writer for over 10 years working for a range of publications and websites, you can read more about him in his bio below. Over to you Nick…(foreword by Joanne Carter).   “You could have blamed … Read moreHands On And Up Close With The IMPOSSIBLE Project For iPhone – By Nick Spence

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