How to shoot Polaroids when it’s hot outside


Today’s tip is about what to do when it’s hot outside. When it’s hot outside (more than 28 degrees Celsius or 83 degrees Fahrenheit) we recommend keeping the picture out of the sunlight and/or at a cool place (i.e. in the film box next to a cold beverage in your bag) once it exited the camera for development. This will help minimizing unwanted orange or red tinted pictures.

Here are a few samples:


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