Everything You Need To Know About Polaroids
If you try to ask all of the human beings on this planet if they ever know what a polaroid is, chances are, majority of them do and most of them would have probably even had one once. Most of the people today believe or think that polaroids are just the same exact things as those instant photographs, but apparently, they are absolutely not and will never be the same, since polaroids are not made to be that instant and they are not as advanced as modern photography. We all have our own special Polaroid memories back in the day, despite our age or the differences that we have as people, we all share this common memory back then, even when all we know now are those instant photographs that can be taken with our smart phones. It can somehow be an amazing fact to see that people still want to make use of something this old and antique, even with the many people trying to honor and glorify the instant inventions our world has created today for our lives to be better and more convenient- it can somehow be refreshing to see people get all amazed at polaroids.
A lot of made up and even real stories have been passed over from generation to generation about these polaroids and photography itself. The start of it all was back in the year nineteen forty three, when this very loving father tried to photograph his own little daughter as they were trying to enjoy their family vacation, when suddenly his little girl asked why he cant let her see her photo right after he took it for her. This whole story would then later become a huge inspiration to one of the most well known innovators in this world who was the reason why instant photography became as instant and as fast as it is now. This inventor was known to be very persuasive about actually being able to achieve that goal of his, which was to give to the world the instant photography that they will surely like, and he actually was obviously able to pursue that dream.
Although apparently the use of these polaroids were not exactly enough for the people since people would always want more and would always look for improvements. Unfortunately, the company that made this polaroid saw their own creator as their asset and also their liability. When the creator was the CEO, the company that created the polaroid seemed to have had so much difficulties faced because of how unideal he treated the vast improvements and operations. After the original creator left, the company somehow also lost their own sense of imagining finely how photography should develop through the years.