Polaroid Manipulations: A Complete Visual Guide to Creating SX-70, Transfer, and Digital Prints

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Courier Corporation, 2002 - Photography - 208 pages
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In this comprehensive guide, the author of the highly successful Polaroid Transfers takes Polaroid techniques one step further with a complete visual guide to creating SX-70 manipulations, transfers, and digital prints.

With the growing interest in alternative photographic processes, especially Polaroid techniques such as image and emulsion transfer, Polaroid Manipulations is one of the only complete guides available to help readers master this area of photographic art. This indispensable resource includes detailed, hands-on instructions; dozens of step-by-step procedures; and scores of no-fail creative techniques that add depth and creativity to Polaroid image manipulation. It also features the latest information on cutting-edge equipment and current methods, as well as extensive sections on digital manipulations and printing. Finally, this companion volume to Polaroid Transfers includes an incredible gallery of 20 leading artists who use this process in their own photography.

  

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
8
SX70 MANIPULATION
11
HISTORY OF THE SX70 CAMERA AND FILM
12
EXPOSING THE IMAGE
18
MANIPULATING THE IMAGE
44
HANDCOLORING SX70 COLOR LASER AND DIGITAL PRINTS
62
POLAROID TRANSFERS FURTHER EXPLORATIONS
73
CREATIVE TECHNIQUES
74
SCANNING AND PHOTOSHOP ADJUSTMENTS
122
OUTPUT OPTIONS
136
PRESENTATION AND MARKETING
144
GALLERY
155
SX70 AND 600 SERIES CAMERAS AND ACCESSORIES
196
RESOURCES
201
BIBLIOGRAPHY
207
INDEX
208

NEW EQUIPMENT AND PROCEDURES
94
DIGITAL APPLICATIONS
121

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About the author (2002)

Kathleen Thormod Carr is a freelance fine art photographer, and her work has been exhibited at galleries and museums worldwide. She lives in Sebastopol, California.

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