Recently I went through some old film and photos and found these Polaroid SX-70 prints. I hardly use this camera anymore since Polaroid phased out it's SX-70 "Time Zer0" film in 2006, but finding these photos made me remember how fun it was to use. Simplicity at it's best! Compose, click, and wait for the image to pop up instantly. Picking up the reins in 2010, a group called The Impossible Project purchased the production machinery from Polaroid and opened up shop in the Netherlands to produce their own versions of compatible instant film. So with the emergence of TIP I think I'll be trying it out again.
The Polaroid SX-70 camera dates from the late 70's to early 80's and has became a cult classic with photographers ever since.