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!
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