I’ve had the itch to shoot film lately but didn’t want to have to wait to send out the film to get developed, so I started searching for high quality professional Polaroid cameras. I decided to rent a Polaroid 600 SE to play with. I love the ability to be able to change the aperture and shutter speed. The 600 SE has no light meter built into the camera, so what I did was bring along my digital camera and used the built in light meter. It wasn’t the best, but I was pretty close and film is pretty forgiving, the highlights retain a lot of details. Here are some images I captured around town and some behind the scenes photos from a recent shoot. The film I used was Fujifilm FP-100c. Right now I’m testing out the Polaroid Land Camera 340. Though it’s not a professional camera, it’s still a lot of fun to shoot. Look for that blog post real soon.