Film was cut up and pulled apart. Layed down with emulsion face up and then slathered in bleach and then I poured boiling water over it and let them sit for 10 minutes. Polaroids were then removed and let to dry overnight, and then scanned. This was scanned from the negative side and has obviously been digitally desaturated.
I made this for ~utqtbry and =evile33 but if it's helpful to anyone else that's great too.
This isn't permanent, you can switch back and forth between 120 & 35mm.
Let me know if anything doesn't make sense or if you need help with something. I made this at 2am so it's not the most attractive tutorial, but I think you guys get the point.
DD?! Well, this is a bit of a thrill and an embarrassment all rolled into one, lol. I actually planned on reorganizing this so it no longer looked like a two year old made it, but the actual content is pretty solid so I hope you enjoy and everything makes sense. A big thanks to *obsidianfox and $Moonbeam13
If you enjoyed this tutorial you also might like my tutorial on building a 360 degree pinhole camera: