True/False Film Festival: A polaroid photo essay

This past weekend was the 9th annual True/False Film Festival in Columbia, Mo. I decided to use Impossible Project polaroid film to do a little photo essay. Take a look. Enjoy!

T/F mural in the box office in Columbia

A masked festival-goer at the Jubilee

 

Friends Taylor Glascock and Eve Edelheit at the Jubilee

Folks drinking and enjoying delicious treats at Uprise Bakery/Ragtag Theater

A little robot at the March March Parade

Two grown-up robots before the March March Parade

Pearl and the Beard busking before the beginning of Queen of Versailles

Me and my friend Emily on the last day of the fesitval

Working with Impossible film was interesting. I played with the black and white before but color was a different ballgame. Low light situations obviously created more of an issue and so some of these photos were lightened slightly. Please learn more about T/F, The Pearl and the Beard and the Impossible Project.

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