Click to preview Six Days: To Marfa & Back photo book

add one polaroid one step, one zero image 45 4x5 camera with a polaroid back and a crazy round trip roadtrip from san francisco, california to marfa, texas and back in six days. visual notes is a record of the trip and a glimpse of beautiful landscapes across the desert of california, arizona, new mexico and texas.


About the Author

Erin Malone
emalone San Francisco, CA

Located in San Francisco, California, I spend my days as an Interaction Design Consultant while wishing I was out in the field with my cameras.

I recall having my first camera at 10 and taking it to Girl Scout camp where I promptly left it behind. A few years later and being much more responsible, I bought my first manual SLR. It was a Minolta X370. I took photo classes in high school and served on the newspaper as a photographer, thus beginning my foray into "real" photography.

Studying design in college (BFA Design) and graduate school (MFA Design), photography was always a part of my life but never the center. I have dabbled in classes periodically over the years but really revived my love of image making when I bought my first digital camera in 2001. I now have several types of cameras and have moved to a more serious approach to my work. My love of image-making and pushing the limits of the possible, has led me to exploring the world around me primarily with zoneplate and pinhol

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ISO600 says

HI! we're leading the 1°Italian Instant festival, in October in Milan. It will be very important and the first in europe to and in the contempoarry art day. we'll have shows, performance, conferences, workshops, the museum of polaroid cameras and also we'll have a space dedicated to publications on the instant photographyt.
If you want to be among the protagonists of this festival with your book. write to: info.polaroiders [at] (set subjet: "iso600: pubblication-your name surname") to have more information.
Hope to hear soon from you,

posted at 10:51pm Jul 01 PST


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