Polaroids and Their Uses
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. Apparently, a lot of us today believe that polaroids are exactly the same as instant photography, which we all obviously know is incorrect or is no way right, since polaroids are in no way instant. 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.
There have been a lot of myths and legends and other stories told about photography and about polaroids. It all began when this father back in nineteen forty three tried photographing his own three year old little girl while they were having fun on their vacation, and suddenly this little girl was so annoyed at how she cant see her photo right away. The myth or the story would then become later on a huge inspiration that was used by one of the most amazing and popular innovators in the whole history of mankind, and this will be the reason why the technology that we enjoy today is what it is today. He was known to be very much determined that he will someday be able to find that technology that can have people enjoy instant photographs, which he obviously soon did as nowadays we are being given full access to these types of things just easily.
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. The CEO back then was too particular about imperfections, making the company struggle a lot because of some unmet demands that they could not possibly be able to achieve at that time. After the original creator left, the company somehow also lost their own sense of imagining finely how photography should develop through the years.