Details, the Impossible Project analog photography

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You can buy Impossible Project film for old Polaroid cameras at about 500 stores in North America, including the ones below:

Impossible Project Space

425 Broadway, fifth floor

New York

212-219-3254

www.the-impossible-project.com

The first Impossible shop in the country. Monthly 8x10 Portrait Days offer instant portraits for $40; next are Sept. 14-15 and Oct. 26-27; reservations suggested. Free photo walk on Governors Island Sept. 22 and 5Pointz Aerosol Art Center/Long Island City Oct. 20. Creative Manipulations Workshop Sept. 28 and 600 Camera Workshop Oct. 13, each $50.

Photoworks

2077-A Market St.

San Francisco

415-626-6800

www.photoworkssf.com

Veteran analog photography store, with refurbished Land Cameras as well as other vintage Polaroids. Land Camera Instructional Picnic in Golden Gate Park Sept. 22. $200 buys you a refurbished Land Camera to keep plus film, Land Camera photobooth shot, lesson and lunch. Get everything but the camera for $50.

Rare Medium

1321 E. Pine St.

Seattle

206-913-7538

www.raremediumseattle.com

Features entire spectrum of Polaroid models from folding Land Cameras to Colorpacks. Partnering with Glazer’s Camera (www.glazerscamera.com) for Instant Photo Contest; entries due Sept. 20.

Studio Space Junk

436 Frazier Ave.

Chattanooga, Tenn.

423-531-6066

www.studiospacejunk.com

Year-old analog camera convenience store with accessories including film, darkroom chemicals and paper. Polaroid Art Show Aug. 30-31, free. Polaroid workshops held on ad hoc basis.

Blue Moon Camera & Machine

8417 N. Lombard St.

Portland, Ore.

503-978-0333

www.bluemooncamera.com

Sells new and refurbished cameras and typewriters; one of the few shops that still has an optical printing lab. Annual customer photo show Dec. 7.

Beau Photo Supplies

1520 W. Sixth Ave.

Vancouver, British Columbia

800-994-2328

www.beauphoto.com

Stocks new and used cameras, including Polaroid, Holga, Lomographic and Hasselblad. Hosting an Impossible Project photo contest. Vancouver’s first citywide Capture Photography Festival launches Oct. 1.

A&A Studios

350 N. Ogden Ave.

Chicago

312-278-1144

www.thevintagephotoshop.com

Carries a full line of vintage cameras, specialty film and Polaroid gear. Home of 312photobooth, with vintage chemical photobooths for public use and a Polaroid photobooth available for rentals.

M.D.G.K.

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