The Impossible Project


Instant photography has come a long way since 1947 when Polaroid launched its “Model 95” and the world was first introduced to the instant gratification of snapping a picture and watching it develop right in their hands.

In June 2008, Polaroid stopped the production of its analog instant film to instead concentrate on digital cameras and printers—leaving billions of Polaroid users out of film and watching as another fragment of yesteryear was sent to the chopping block.

However, by the end of 2009, The Impossible Project (a team of world renowned film experts) plans on researching, experimenting, and developing a new solution for instant film to keep all of us Polaroid users supplied and ready to keep on snapping! Go to their website,, to learn more about their mission.

– Jeannie Saiz

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