Nylon magazine: C’mon, dudes. You’re supposed to be knowing about art and design and photography. You are retro-cool enough to create a standing blog feature called the Nylon Party Polaroid. I even understand that shooting real instant film comes with its own problems, and that you’re just as soon splice a digital image onto the white Polaroid frame. You wouldn’t be the first or the last to do that, and I don’t particularly mind it here (it’s a digital feature, after all). But this is just stupid.
You don’t have to be a photo geek to notice that they have slapped the new photo ON THE BACK OF THE POLAROID PRINT INSTEAD OF THE FRONT. So you don’t even get to see the white frame correctly, and the whole thing looks lumpy and dirty. Awesome job, guys.
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