08.03.12 by Jeff

Timeless In An Instant

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Holden and Impossible have joined forces with Vice to create a photo project called “Timeless in an Instant”. Photographers are invited to submit analog instant images for a chance to win the opportunity to be included in four worldwide Holden x Impossible exhibitions. The shows will feature ten renown analog photographers and the grand prize winner will be announced June 1.

More details about rules and prizes below!

Rules & Regulations: 

Entries must be shot with Impossible films on any Polaroid camera.

Entries cannot be digitally edited in any way (color, brightness, etc).

Entries must be 72dpi and at least 800 pixels wide.

Entries may be submitted at:

http://www.the-impossible-project.com/projects/timelessinaninstant/

 

Prizes: 

Grand Prize Winner (selected June 1):

Participation in four international exhibitions alongside an impressive list of photographers.

Custom Holden x Impossible SX-70 Camera Kit, Holden Jacket, Tanner Goods bi-fold wallet and a feature on the official

VICE photo page.

1st and 2nd Runners Up (selected June 1):

Holden and Impossible swag and prominent features on the Holden and Impossible blogs.

Ongoing Winners and Runners Up (selected bi-weekly throughout the competition):

Impossible film pack, Holden t-shirt and a feature on the Impossible blog.

 

the-impossible-project.com

holdenouterwear.com

vice.com

 













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.







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