Photographer William Miller purchased an old polaroid camera at a yard sale, only to find that the camera was broken – each photo it produced was damaged, overexposed and warped with chemicals. But Miller saw the beauty in the photos, which appear like psychedelic landscapes that don’t exist anywhere in the real world. The serendipitous result is a series of images that are not only fascinating to look at, but also put on display the process of polaroid film itself – the lack of control over the results and the chemicals involved. I could spend hours looking at them, trying to figure out what the real subject is versus what I see in the images.
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