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December 29, 2008
Polaroid Corporation stops making its instant film this month. The Polaroid process and its absolutely unique style of photographic magic inspired generations to try to capture some of the ordinary beauty of day-to-day moments. This instant delight (and its signature look) can't be matched by any digital process today.
A long, loving, and intelligent advertisement introduced the SX-70 camera in 1972. The ad was designed and created by Charles and Ray Eames. Is it my imagination, or did advertising have much more substance back then, too?
Thanks to Damon Webster at Photoinduced.com for finding this clip.