There are plenty of cool things you can do with your instant photo prints. You can, for instance, turn them into wallpaper!

Here’s another. It’s called an “emulsion lift” and it lets you transfer your instant photo onto paper or other substrates. Doing a lift enables you to put your instant prints onto larger papers and experiment with stretching out the image.

Photographer Matt Day shows you how it’s done. Enjoy!

Via: ISO 1200


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