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Polaroid transfer is one of the image transfer technique known since '60s. I once tried it in mid '80s as an experiment.
The image in the title column on top is the one of my first transfers I did in around 1985.
It's an image of the Art Déco style hotel in Miami Beach. I think I made about 20 or so transfers then but this is the only one
I have now and I don't remember what happened to the rest of them.
In 2008, I started to do it all over again as my art work. However the production of the type 669 film ended in around the same time so I had to switch to use Fuji instant film FP100C which is the same type of peel-apart instant film.
All the photos used for these transfers were taken by me over the years. I have been taking photos since I was in high school as an amateur then as a professional since 1968.
The transfer process is relatively simple but it's not easy to get good results.
I have been doing it since 2008 so I can say I'm an expert yet my success rate is about 1 out of 5 or so.
You might get very nice one on your fist try or you may not get anything at all for the whole pack of film. I must say it's very much depending on one's luck.
*On Oct. 2018, I gave up doing transfers because the film is no longer available.