Glossary

Polaroid is a manufacturer/trademark of a photographic system which gives 'instant' prints, by which film, paper and developing solution are combined in one unit. As soon as the film/paper is exposed the image begins to develop, developing fully within a maximum of 5 minutes. All Polaroids on eyestorm have been professionally 'stopped' and removed from their developing backs to prevent potential over-developing.

Polaroid Polacolour 2: a type of Polaroid print.

Polaroid Polacolour ER: a type of Polaroid print.

Polaroid Polacolour Type 108: a type of Polaroid print.

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