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‘Starting around 1985 and ending in the early 2000’s Polaroid Corporation produced a black and white graphic arts instant roll film, Polagraph HC, that was used in 35mm cameras. It was high contrast and meant for reproducing type for slide projector presentations.
‘I experimented using the film for landscape photography. I loved the dark moodiness of it and its unusual grain structure.’
One developed it in this little plastic machine that felt like something you would get at a toy store. The results were inconsistent and that inconsistency produced a uniqueness to each frame. Over the years, I experimented with myriad techniques to try to make prints but they were never to my liking. It was not until relatively recently that scanning and printing evolved to the point where I am finally able to make a print that evokes the feeling that I was looking for nearly 30 years ago.’ CB
‘I feel that they are best viewed large’
All images are archival pigment ink prints, signed & numbered, and include a Certificate of Authenticity. The paper size is quoted which includes the image with a small white border.
Limited Edition Silver Gelatin Prints
Limited Edition Pigment Prints
A New York-based documentary and human rights portrait photographer. Chris is also a commercial still life photographer working primarily in the fashion, beauty, and luxury goods industries. He has been published in virtually all the major fashion publications including Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar. His commercial clients include Diane Von Furstenberg, Tory Burch, and Kate Spade... Read more in 'Meet the Photographers'