In 2008 Polaroid announced that they would stop producing their iconic instant cameras and films.
Polaroid has gone the way of Kinko's, type writer, and carbon paper - its primary cause for existence usurped by the advance of technology. Nowadays you don't even have to have a camera, just a phone to take "instant" photos, and then you can send them to your friends, upload them to the internet, unleash them in the digital alternate universe. The tactile is replaced by the ethereal.
My Polaroid cameras will make nice bookends. One they I'll tell little children that people used to use them to make photographs. They'll be rolling their eyes.
Meanwhile here is the first installment of my iPortfolio. Three categories are presented at this time.
Landscape / Nature