Thank you, I will.If you haven't already seen/heard of or got a copy, you might really enjoy Andre Kertesz' book of Polaroids - article & sample pics André Kertész: The Polaroids
“Taken in his apartment just north of New York City’s Washington Square, many of these photographs were shot either from his window or in the windowsill. We see a fertile mind at work, combining personal objects into striking still lifes set against cityscape backgrounds, reflected and transformed in glass surfaces. Almost entirely unpublished work, these photographs are a testament to the genius of the photographer’s eye as manifested in the simple Polaroid. 80 color photographs.”
Took these after his wife died in '77 & he got an SX-70.
The book itself is worth buying, its one of the little Phaidon ones not much bigger than a polaroid print itself (roughly 6x7).
The SX70 is a great instant camera, with it's sharp lens and great viewfinder. The new film has improved a lot since I first tried it, but it is very expensive compared with Fuji's monochrome wide film.My parents used one for years. I always loved the style and look, especially the BW. These bring back fond memories.