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Snowboard Polaroid Photos by Matt Georges

Published in Onboard Magazine Issue 119, January 2011

It basically all started two or three years back when I heard they were going to stop producing Polaroid films… At that time I was not really familiar with the process and decided to jump straight in this “world” before everything was gone for real. I started doing some research about how to use fi lms, play with the chemical process, use different cameras and polaroid film formats and so on, and without expecting much i found a crazy community with a serious motivation and goal to keep Polaroid fi lm alive. After shooting a lot with the 600 film family (the classic ones with the white frame all around) I have moved quickly to 100 fi lms (rectangular and a bit bigger) and discovered many, many ways and techniques to play around with images. Here are a small collection of those from the past two winters…

Photo: Matt Georges

rIder: Rémi Lamazouère
trICK: Frontside 360
LOCatION: Bonneval-Sur-Arc, France

Photo: Matt Georges

 LOCatION: Cervinia, Italy

Photo: Matt Georges

rIder: Elias Elhardt
trICK: Cab 720
LOCatION: Bonneval-Sur-Arc, France

Photo: Matt Georges

rIder: Anne-Flore Marxer
LOCatION: Méribel, France

Photo: Matt Georges

rIder: Rémi Lamazouère
trICK: Method
LOCatION: Valcenis-Vanoise, France

Photo: Matt Georges

rIder: Romain De Marchi and Gigi Rüf
LOCatION: Cervinia, Italy

Photo: Matt Georges

rIder: Gigi Rüf
LOCatION: Cervinia, Italy

Photo: Matt Georges

rIder: Tadashi Fuse
LOCatION: Hokkaido, Japan

Photo: Matt Georges

rIder: René Schnöller
trICK: Handplant
LOCatION: Montgenèvre, France

Photo: Matt Georges

LOCatION: La Thuile, Italy

Photo: Matt Georges

rIder: Romain De Marchi
trICK: Backside 720
LOCatION: Hokkaido, Japan

Photo: Matt Georges

rIder: Brynild Vulin
LOCatION: Valcenis-Vanoise, France

Photo: Matt Georges

LOCatION: Belledone Chains, Grenoble, France

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