In the history of American photography, Edwin Land’s invention of Polaroid film in 1947 stands out as a profound influence on the work of many great photographers. As Polaroid technology evolved and was refined from the 50’s to the end of the 20th century (culminating in the astounding 20×24 inch format film camera — only […]
Monthly Archives: July 2010
20×24 Holdings set up a lab and warehouse at Belding Mill in Putnam CT less than one year ago. We transformed the space, building a darkroom to house the film spooler, moved one of Polaroid’s original pod machines into place and began testing formulas for reagents for our three films, Polacolor 3, Polacolor 7 and […]
In nearly 40 years of creating large-scale iconic images, American artist Chuck Close had never taken a commission, or allowed his work to be used commercially. That will change this year when Mr. Close starts shooting an ad campaign for AOL. It’s not strictly an ad campaign, but more a showcase of American artists, designers […]
Lady Gaga, new P7 reagent, Chuck Close and AOL, hear all the latest news in John Reuter’s interview with Inside Analog Photo‘s Scott Sheppard.