This Polaroid transfer shows off the famous City Hall building of Sonoma, California. A Polaroid transfer, sometimes known as an image transfer, is a technique used to develop a peel-apart film picture on to a different material, like drawing paper. In a Polaroid transfer, the image is peeled apart prematurely and the negative is placed down on a desired material. The original film measures 4x5" so the original transfer was scanned to make larger prints.
This type of Polaroid film is no longer produced, BUT I have a small stash I'm saving for some special transfers :)
When ordering this image, keep in mind that the print will include the odd edges as the film peeled off the paper.
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