In the 1980s Polaroid made 2 types  
of diapositiv-instant-35mm-films

One was the Pola-Crome colour
The other was the black and white
film called Pola-Pan

Both became cult-films for a decade.
The very grainy quality and the fragile
emulsion gave it that unmistakable  
damaged-and-grainy look.

Both films were processed by the
photographer in a small tank.
The processing lasted a couple of minutes.

Lipstick sur Pola-Chrome
Casting au Royal Monceau
La Suisse et l'Europe
Femme en noir
Le pinceau d'Elisa