Getting to know my Impossible I-1 Camera (Part 2): Black and White I-Type Film

Unsatisfied with the first two photos I shot indoor, I used the last frame in the cartridge to shoot another indoor portrait, but at much lower light. It might have been a fluke, but I’m glad to see the photo turned out just the way I like it.

Impossible I-Type Films (Image Quality, Review, and Comparison) - via miu vermillion photography blog

Stay tuned to the third part of this series of posts.

I will show you all of the images I shot using the I-Type Color films

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I’m not sponsored nor affiliated with Impossible Project in any way. But, if you are a frequent user of Impossible Project camera and films, you can definitely use the discounts you can earn through their Rewards Program.

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