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- Publisher: CHRONICLE BOOKS
- Format: Cards | 20 pages
- Dimensions: 114mm x 142mm x 46mm | 272g
- Publication date: 1 October 2011
- Publication City/Country: San Francisco
- ISBN 10: 0811879402
- ISBN 13: 9780811879408
- Sales rank: 61,228
Each notecard is a Polaroid at its prettiest: dreamy, delicate, instantaneous yet timeless, and best when shared with friends and loved ones.
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Jenifer Altman is a photographer, stylist, writer and freelance editor. Her Polaroid blog, Nectar & Light, has gained a worldwide following. Her photography is held in private collections the world over and has been exhibited across North America. She is the photographer and stylist of Super-Charged Smoothies, also from Chronicle books. Susannah Conway is a photographer, writer, and creator of the "Unraveling" e-courses. She spent many years in London working as a fashion editor and journalist. Her photography and writing has been featured in many international publications including, Cosmopolitan and the Guardian. She shoots exclusively with Polaroid film. Amanda Gilligan is a photographer, writer, and educator. She has a penchant for Polaroid photography specialising in still life, food, and portraiture. Her work has been featured in Vogue Girl and other publications both in print and online.
By Ammy 15 Nov 2011
These are absolutely lovely notecards that measure 11.8 x 9.5 cm. The front of the cards are made to look like polaroids, and the photo part is even coated with a layer of gloss to make it feel just like the real thing!
The photos feature vintage-type shots - some '70s and '80s stuff, in the same yellowish, aged hues that one would expect from a genuine polaroid pic.
All 20 cards feature different pictures, but come with the same light brown envelope, made of good quality paper (i.e. not thin at all). The front of the envelopes also have a polaroid frame printed on them.
My only gripe was that one of the cards in the box had an ugly bend mark near the bottom. The card had somehow been bent right across (both front and back), then straightened again. The card was spoilt because of this. I wonder how this happened. Don't they do quality checks?