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Bonneville Salt Flats on Impossible Project Polaroid Film

by dav.d

I drove out to the Bonneville Salt Flats to create some photographs. I was traveling by myself and I was going to create a few selfies, photograph with some film cameras, and create some photographs that can act as a background in my Photoshop Composite project.

A sunny day on the Bonneville Salt Flats. Shot on instant film from Impossible Project

A sunny day on the Bonneville Salt Flats. Shot on instant film from Impossible Project

When you get to the Salt Flats, and if they are dry, you can drive right onto the surface and then drive and drive to a spot that is isolated and alone. I pulled out my tripod to photograph it with a camera. I also photographed the Salt Flats in several directions.

I am using The Impossible Project film for these instant photos. The film works in old Polaroid cameras so it does bring old film cameras back to life. And the instant film has a unique look that I like. It already feels vintage.

Camera and tripod on the Bonneville Salt Flats. Shot with The Impossible Project Film

Camera and tripod on the Bonneville Salt Flats. Shot with The Impossible Project Film

Sometimes it is nice to just travel out by myself and find something to photograph. No real agenda and no goals. And it is sort of a gamble to visit the Bonneville Salt Flats. You don’t know if they are covered in water or if there is a storm brewing. Sometimes you are lucky and other times you aren’t.

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