Patternbank love these irregular pattern forms and textural effects that have been created in William Miller’s Polaroid experimentations. The photo set entitled ‘Ruined Polaroids’ by William Miller were taken on a partially broken SX-70 Polaroid camera. Miller explained that these beautifully random effects were caused by the film getting stuck in the camera’s internal gears, causing over exposing and unpredictable chemical reactions. See more of William Millers photography on


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