Manipulated Polaroids by Andrew Millar

This week’s full post is for all those of you in love with Polaroids. If you still do not know the work of Andrew Millar, this is a good chance to start following him.

Andrew is a London photographer who creates amazing art based on Polaroid / Impossible analog films with techniques that include manipulating the emulsion during the developing process, double exposing the film or separating the emulsion from the film base (the so-called “emulsion lift”).

One of his techniques I love the most is the application of gold leaf onto the Impossible films: the results are amazing dark and ethereal artworks.

His subjects are mainly female faces and often, his Polas are displayed in collages of six or more images, In this way, the author creates an additional image with the combination of more photos.

It’s not easy to explain it with words, so why do not you jump directly to the pictures below and the eventually head to Andrew Millar official website?

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Andrew J Millar, photography, analog, polaroid, impossible, dark, obscure, film manipulation

 

Andrew J Millar, photography, analog, polaroid, impossible, dark, obscure, film manipulation

 

Andrew J Millar, photography, analog, polaroid, impossible, dark, obscure, film manipulation

 

Andrew J Millar, photography, analog, polaroid, impossible, dark, obscure, film manipulation

 

Andrew J Millar, photography, analog, polaroid, impossible, dark, obscure, film manipulation

 

Andrew J Millar, photography, analog, polaroid, impossible, dark, obscure, film manipulation

 

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Images © Andrew Millar

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