Polaroid Artwork by Artist Kevin Wimmer

Photographic Series:

"I used a 50 year old camera to photograph Outer Space"
Utilizing a Polaroid sx-70, a telescope, and some modified lenses, I was able to capture images of space that I never would have guessed a Polaroid was capable of taking.
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Vanitas: Death Is Coming
This work explores the concept of time and the inevitability of death in order to inspire viewers to live their lives to the fullest. This collection transcends two-dimensionality and incorporates sculpture with photography.
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Photographing Landmarks
We're surrounded by landmarks that have shaped the histories of our towns, states, and even our country. This series explores landmarks of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and New York.
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"I used a 50 year old camera to photograph Outer Space"
Utilizing a Polaroid sx-70, a telescope, and some modified lenses, I was able to capture images of space that I never would have guessed a Polaroid was capable of taking.
Learn More
Vanitas: Start Living
This work explores the concept of time and the inevitability of death in order to inspire viewers to live their lives to the fullest. This collection transcends two-dimensionality and incorporates sculpture with photography.
View The Collection
Photographing Landmarks
We're surrounded by landmarks that have shaped the histories of our towns, states, and even our country. This series explores landmarks of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and New York.
Click Here
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What Is A Polaroid Emulsion Lift?

A Polaroid emulsion lift, sometimes referred to as an emulsion transfer, is a process in which a Polaroid is cut open, and the layers are separated. The emulsion layer, which is the layer that makes up the image itself, is removed from the plastic casing of the Polaroid and placed on to a new surface.

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