Sharing more of my film images from Greece today.
As you can tell, my Polaroid 600 film was definitely expired! I had a bit more luck with my polaroids from earlier this year.
I completely lost a pack (no pictures developed on the film), but I was able to salvage a few. When shooting with film, this is always to be expected. You never quite know what you will get!
The above image is the Erechtheion, an ancient Greek temple on the north side of the Acropolis.
Views of the Parthenon - with a few tourists captured as well!
A view of Athens from the Acropolis.
Arriving on the beautiful Greek Island of Crete.
I love how these turned out. I'm embracing the imperfections and really looking deeper into the saturated, muted colors. Capturing the Acropolis on polaroid 600 film was really important to me. I love how 'aged' each captured moment looks - even though these were taken on bright, sunny days in Athens and Crete.
You can see more images from Greece here.
And more images with polaroid 600 film.