These are images shot on Fujifilm FP-100C instant film, commonly referred to as “polaroids”. This film consists of 2 parts, the print and a negative. After making the exposure, the print is peeled apart from the negative, which is then thrown away. However, someone discovered that you can remove the black substrate that shields the negative from light during the development process using bleach and water.

What results is unpredictable. Occasionally, you get a better image than the actual print. Other times, you get some interesting effects and strange colors during the process.

These were all shot on a Hasselblad 500c/m.