Polaroid-Wand mit Bilderrahmen im Schachbrettmuster.

I discovered analog photography quite late (but better than never) with my Mamiya RB67 with a polaroid back. So in addition the only thing that is missing is a proper way of displaying the outcome.


Sticking them onto the wall would be too easy (and boring). Better to use black and white „object frames“ – thick photo frames (available at Boesner):


The distance between the polaroid and the glass makes the photos look very different compared to „normal“ frames.


They are arranged in a chequered pattern with space for new ones in between.



My first ever polaroid – a mirror-selfie – has to be there as well, of course.


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Christian Lendl

I am a photographer and filmmaker and I blog about DIY, audio/video and motorcycles. Selected photographs are online on my photo blog and on my Instagram, meine professional services can be found on my portfolio.

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I am the drummer of Leichtsinn, we play indie rock with lots of Austrian charme.

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